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  • Microsoft is offering for download both the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Vista SP1, the slipstream versions as ISO images.A slipstream version of Windows Vista Service Pack 1 is essentially nothing.

Before proceeding ensure that Dell provides 32 bit Vista drivers for use with installing 32 bit Windows Vista and likewise that Dell provides 64 bit Vista drivers for use with installing 64 bit Windows Vista. These may be found on the Dell Drivers and Downloads page. Drivers for non-Dell systems must be found elsewhere.

Microsoft released Home version in two editions: Windows 7 Home Basic and Home Premium. Every edition has the same basic features, but different unique features. The Windows 7 Home Premium is a particular edition for users with all important tools and utilities. Among Windows 7 versions, Home Premium has a more powerful backup and restore tools. It has a powerful backup tool. Unlike Home Basic, it has no geographical restriction. Furthermore, there is a separate ISO file for 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

Related: Windows 7 Home Basic ISO

Download Windows 7 Home Premium

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Download Requirements

Here are the download requirements. Make sure to check them before starting the downloading.

  • 1GHz or above processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 15GB Hard disk
  • DirectX 9 Graphics Processor
  • A reliable internet connection

Methods to Create Windows 7 Bootable USB Drive [Installation Guide]

There are various methods to convert the ISO image into an executable file. I am using all of them below. Follow any of them and then follow the installation guide.

Method #1: Use Microsoft’s Tool to Create Bootable USB

  1. First, convert the ISO image into an executable file. You can do so by using Microsoft’s tool known as “Windows USB/DVD Download.”
  2. Click Here to download it.
  3. Connect a 4GB USB flash drive with a PC.
  4. Now, download Windows 7 Home Premium ISO from the links in the above section. The ISO image supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
  5. Right-click the tool and select “Run” to proceed.
  6. When it opens, you see the “Source File box.” Add the path of ISO file here. You can also use “Browse” to locate ISO automatically.
  7. Click “USB Device” from here to create a copy of ISO file on the USB drive.
  8. Now, click the option “Begin Copying” to copy the ISO image to the USB flash drive.
  9. Open the relevant folder to look for the “setup.exe” file. Double-click this file to start the installation process.

Method # 2: Use RUFUS to Create Bootable USB Flash Drive

If you don’t want to use Microsoft’s tool, use Rufus to create a bootable USB flash drive. Just download it and create a bootable USB flash drive with a few clicks.

  1. Download Rufus.
  2. Connect a 4GB USB flash drive with a PC.
  3. Open Rufus Home Page
  4. Select “NTFS” from the drop-down menu to create a bootable disk for Windows 7 or XP.
  5. Here is a button like a DVD drive is located with the option “Create Bootable Disk Using.” Click this option.
  6. Select Windows 7 Home Premium ISO file.
  7. Click “Start” and the tool will start converting the ISO image into an executable file.
  8. Wait until the bootable USB drive is ready.
  9. Connect it with PC and reboot it to install Windows 7 Home Premium.

Method # 3: Create Bootable USB Flash Drive Via Command Prompt

If you are an expert user of Command Prompt, you can use it to create a bootable USB flash drive.

  1. Open the “Start” menu and click Command Prompt.
  2. When it is open, type the following commands and press the “Enter” key after every command.
  3. DISKPART
  4. LIST DISK
  5. SEL DIS 1 (Instead of 1, type the drive number where you have saved Windows 7 Starter ISO file.)
  6. CLEAN
  7. CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY SIZE=102400 (You can select your desired drive size)
  8. FORMAT FS=NTFS LABEL=”WINDOWS 7”
  9. ACTIVE
  10. EXIT
  11. Here, click the “Install Now” option to start the installation.

Installation Guide

Follow the steps below to install Windows 7 Home Premium.

  1. Connect the bootable USB flash drive with PC.
  2. Reboot PC and select “Boot from CD/DVD.”
  3. First, it will load files.
  4. Now, settings appear. Select the language, time and currency format, Keyboard or input method from here.
  5. Click “Next” to move ahead.
  6. Select “Install Now” to start the installation process.
  7. Here, click the options “I accept the license terms” and “Next.”
  8. Two installation types appear: Custom and Upgrade. Select “Custom” if you want to install a clean copy of Windows. Select “Upgrade” if you don’t want to delete current files and apps.
  9. Now, select a drive where you want to install Windows 7 Home Premium.
  10. The system starts copying files.
  11. In the next section, the file expanding and then the installation process starts.
  12. Wait for a while until the installation reaches 100%. In the meantime, the system will restart for several times. Don’t interfere in the process.
  13. Finally, Windows 7 Home Premium is ready to use.
  14. Add the product key and enjoy using innovative features of Windows 7 Home Premium.
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Features of Windows 7 Home Premium

It’s compatible with various productivity programs of Windows XP.

Now, create a home network to share your photos, audio, and video files by using Wizard.

It has an automatic backup feature to recover data.

It supports TV apps. You can use the pause, rewind and record features.

The desktop navigation is swifter in this version of Windows. Switching between different apps is speedier now.

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The search is more powerful and precise than the predecessor.

The Startup is faster and does not take much time. You can shut down, hibernate, sleep and start the Windows within a few seconds.

Windows 7 Home Premium has a powerful Windows Firewall and Windows Defender.

Windows Live Mail allows you to know the latest emails without opening your mailbox. It shows the latest emails on the screen. So, you do not need to check your mailbox again and again.

Now, it is more convenient for you to do the web surfing. It is easier and a lot better than in Windows XP.

You can customize the Windows in your desired way. You can change the themes, wallpaper, icons and taskbar programs. Give a new touch to your Windows now.

Setting up the Printer and Scanner is very easy due to the wizard.

The Live photo gallery in this edition of Windows allows you to share your favorite images to your desired photo site with a click.

Windows Live Family Safety is another amazing feature by Microsoft added in Windows 7 Home Premium. It allows you to block the unfavorable sites for your children. Even, it manages the emails and the communication ways.

FAQs

Q: Please specify the disk storage requirement for installing Windows 7 Home Premium in a system

You need minimum 1GB RAM and 4GB disk space to install 32-bit and 2GB RAM and 8GB disk space to install the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium.

Q: I am trying to install Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit, but no results. I am using Windows XP currently. Please help.

It may be due to the absence of “.NET Framework 2.0 in your system. Download it from the official site of Microsoft.

Q: I want to install Win 7 Home Premium on my Netbook? Does it support a Netbook?

Yes sure, you can install it on a PC, Laptop and Netbook if they are running on Windows XP earlier.

Q: I am trying to install Windows 7 Home Premium on my friend’s PC, but it is showing an error. Please help me.

Windows 7 Home Premium can be installed only on “One Licensed users’ PC.” You cannot install it another time on a different PC/Laptop.

File Details

File Size340.1 MB
LicenseFreeware
Operating SystemWindows Vista
Date AddedMay 25, 2009
Total Downloads572,720
PublisherMicrosoft Corp.
HomepageMicrosoft Windows Vista

Publisher's Description

Windows Vista introduces a breakthrough user experience and is designed to help you feel confident in your ability to view, find, and organize information and to control your computing experience.

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The visual sophistication of Windows Vista helps streamline your computing experience by refining common window elements so you can better focus on the content on the screen rather than on how to access it. The desktop experience is more informative, intuitive, and helpful. And new tools bring better clarity to the information on your computer, so you can see what your files contain without opening them, find applications and files instantly, navigate efficiently among open windows, and use wizards and dialog boxes more confidently.

egi setiadi reviewed vService Pack 2 on Jul 11, 2012

good

reacer reviewed vService Pack 2 on Sep 26, 2011

Should you choose another operating system, you should better try Free Windows. The distribution disk is rather cheap (I dont remember exactly, but approx. 22-25 $), software is free. http://free-windows.com

trents reviewed vService Pack 2 on Dec 2, 2010

HI,
I'm using this Microsoft Windows Vista for now and i like the feature they offer.
But lately I'm using windows XP it good effective and good..

hacko reviewed vService Pack 2 on Oct 26, 2010

a dobra je

ZenWarrior reviewed vService Pack 2 on Jun 11, 2009

I began using the alpha of this in December 2008 and thought I'd found heaven for Vista. The great experience continued thru the betas, but then I installed this 'final release.' And since then, I've seen more BSODs over the past couple of weeks than I saw across years of XP and even the crappy old Vista.
Another perfect example of Microsoft taking 2 steps forward and 3 steps backwards. Having before seen it so few times, I honestly had little idea what the BSOD was until installing this piece of crap. I now know it well. Oh, and there have also been 3 'hardware failure' shutdowns since installing this so-called final release. Bottom line: this release is infinitely less stable than the alphas & betas of it over the past several month.
User beware. I do not recommend this download.

DatabaseBen reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 27, 2009

anyone know how to remove the little message that appears on the bottom right hand corner of the desktop that still infers the 'evulation copy of sp2'?
uninstalling the sp2 beta didn't remove it.

skapig reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Pretty painless install, although it takes an awfully long time for it to 'personalize' Windows Mail (which I have never used).
Once up and running after the install, I ran into a problem with Windows Update hanging on load. However, this went away after a reboot (although it did initally list SP2 as being ready to intall on opening which went away with a refresh). Other than that, no issues so far.

Sir_timbit reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Is this the final version of Vista SP2? There are no references to a final Vista SP2 on Microsoft's site..

mike.smith63 reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Not quite this one as i installed the x64 version but it installed in 17 mins with one reboot. The whole systems feels a little more stable and responsive but thats just a feeling in my water rather than an analysed opinion.

coover reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Started process (in Safe Mode) and walked away, assuming the installation would take more than an hour. I checked 24 minutes later, and the installation was fiinished and the computer was running properly. At this point, I see no observable differences between SP1 and SP2. I asume there are differences, particularly regarding safety issues, but they do not appear to be obvious to a casual observer.
It looks like MS has done a good job with this one.

Your Rating

egi setiadi reviewed vService Pack 2 on Jul 11, 2012

good

reacer reviewed vService Pack 2 on Sep 26, 2011

Microsoft Windows Vista 32 Bit Iso Download

Should you choose another operating system, you should better try Free Windows. The distribution disk is rather cheap (I dont remember exactly, but approx. 22-25 $), software is free. http://free-windows.com

trents reviewed vService Pack 2 on Dec 2, 2010

HI,
I'm using this Microsoft Windows Vista for now and i like the feature they offer.
But lately I'm using windows XP it good effective and good..

hacko reviewed vService Pack 2 on Oct 26, 2010

a dobra je

ZenWarrior reviewed vService Pack 2 on Jun 11, 2009

I began using the alpha of this in December 2008 and thought I'd found heaven for Vista. The great experience continued thru the betas, but then I installed this 'final release.' And since then, I've seen more BSODs over the past couple of weeks than I saw across years of XP and even the crappy old Vista.
Another perfect example of Microsoft taking 2 steps forward and 3 steps backwards. Having before seen it so few times, I honestly had little idea what the BSOD was until installing this piece of crap. I now know it well. Oh, and there have also been 3 'hardware failure' shutdowns since installing this so-called final release. Bottom line: this release is infinitely less stable than the alphas & betas of it over the past several month.
User beware. I do not recommend this download.

DatabaseBen reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 27, 2009

anyone know how to remove the little message that appears on the bottom right hand corner of the desktop that still infers the 'evulation copy of sp2'?
uninstalling the sp2 beta didn't remove it.

skapig reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Pretty painless install, although it takes an awfully long time for it to 'personalize' Windows Mail (which I have never used).
Once up and running after the install, I ran into a problem with Windows Update hanging on load. However, this went away after a reboot (although it did initally list SP2 as being ready to intall on opening which went away with a refresh). Other than that, no issues so far.

Sir_timbit reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Is this the final version of Vista SP2? There are no references to a final Vista SP2 on Microsoft's site..

mike.smith63 reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

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Not quite this one as i installed the x64 version but it installed in 17 mins with one reboot. The whole systems feels a little more stable and responsive but thats just a feeling in my water rather than an analysed opinion.

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coover reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Started process (in Safe Mode) and walked away, assuming the installation would take more than an hour. I checked 24 minutes later, and the installation was fiinished and the computer was running properly. At this point, I see no observable differences between SP1 and SP2. I asume there are differences, particularly regarding safety issues, but they do not appear to be obvious to a casual observer.
It looks like MS has done a good job with this one.

bellemannen reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Installed in under 30mins on my business distro. Works perfectly fine on my 4gb ram ,e8400 system.

mjm01010101 reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

Worked fine.

H2O_lover reviewed vService Pack 2 on May 26, 2009

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donmor46, no Microsoft have not released it over and over again. In fact this is the first (and probably last, ie. SP2a) time SP2 is released to general public. What has been released before are release canidates, and one of these candidates became final. And general public did not have access to that release candidate build.

mjm01010101 reviewed vService Pack 2 RC on Mar 23, 2009

I can't believe I'm installing this on a production system because I don't have the time to get the hotfix from Microsoft.

FmlyRnn reviewed vService Pack 2 RC on Mar 10, 2009

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I don't see any difference after Downloading and Installing.