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Windows 7: How do I upgrade Win 7 Home to Pro (or higher)?

06 Aug 2016   #11

7 Home Premium 64bit SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Alejandro85 View Post
Windows 7 Professional (or even Ultimate) isn't going to help you. ...

There you can enable the role of "domain controller" to create the domain and start playing with it.
There is a 180 days trial here:
Alejandro, I cannot thank you enough. Exactly what I need. I had the feeling I was missing something and would have found out after upgrading - you have really helped me a lot. THANK YOU!
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