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- 05-11-2010, 10:58 PM #1
Windows 7 Electric Blue Ultimate x64
Windows 7 Electric Blue Ultimate x64 | 3.86GB
I decided to do something different from the Mac OsX thing.
Built on genuine Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Signature Edition, build 7600.
Plenty of beautiful themes, icons, cursors and wallpapers.
Tweeked to run on older PC's and even netbooks.
All Updates are integrated until 10/30/2010
Changes from Windows 7 OsX Netbook Edition:
Post installer now allows you to choose apps
All apps are silently installed..
Printer Support is now complete.
Now has Office 2010 instead of 2003
Languages (English only)
Post Installer Apps:
-Office 2010 Professional Plus Vol Lic
-Any Video Converter Pro
-VLC Media Player
-Windows 7 Manager
-Google Earth Pro
-Everything (file searcher)
-Revo Uninstaller Pro
-Microsoft Games for Windows Live
-DAZ Loader 1.93
Q. Can I do an upgrade with this OS?
A. No, you must do a clean install. Backup all your data and format.
Q. Is it activated?
A. Yes, DAZ Loader and Office 2010 activator run at post install
Q. What is x86, or what "bit" is this?
A. x86 is 32 bit
Q. Are you doing a 64 bit version?
Q. Do I have to enter a serial?
A. No, just skip it
Please read the included instructions on how to create a bootable flash drive. I have made this very, very easy.
I will seed as fast as I can. Please help!
Please leave comments and feel free to ask for help!
http://ef.uplod.ws/Windows_7_Electric_Blue_Ultimate_x64 & /list/mPNShWJ
From Hotfile: (If links die, I will reupload at here)
http://ef.uplod.ws/Windows_7_Electric_Blue_Ultimate_x64 & /list/728239/99b6bed
You can also try to download it from our other Free Download Site
Windows 7 Electric Blue Ultimate x64 Alternative Link
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