The Measured Difference Between Windows 7 Professional And Enterprise The Correlated Words

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Sir, I have a query that is there any difference between Windows 7 professional and enterprise. Or they just differ by names although they have the same features?

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The Measured Difference Between Windows 7 Professional And Enterprise The Correlated Words

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No there are some measurable differences

  • First of all the enterprise or the ultimate edition is expensive than the professional one.
  • The professional version does not have any feature like bit locking, but the enterprise version has.
  • The enterprise edition also consists of a security feature app locker, but the professional version has no such feature.
  • We can boot up our enterprise edition using a boot service from a virtual hard drive present while in professional one there is no such feature.
  • In enterprise edition we have features like multi user interface, branch cache, and many more but in professional we don’t have.

 

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The Measured Difference Between Windows 7 Professional And Enterprise The Correlated Words

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If you want to know the differences between Microsoft Windows 7 Professional and Enterprise editions, one is their target consumers. Though they are both commercial products from Microsoft, they differ in their target customers. The Professional edition of Microsoft Windows 7 is a consumer-based version of Microsoft Windows that is marketed to everyone.

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional

This means you can just go to any store like Best Buy or Wal-Mart and buy Windows 7 Professional. The Professional edition is the middle version of Microsoft Windows falling between the other consumer-based versions Home Premium and Ultimate. In the Professional edition, you can use Domain Join, run Windows XP Mode, and network backup which are not supported in Home Premium.

Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise

The Enterprise edition of Microsoft Windows 7, on the other hand, is a corporate-based version of Microsoft Windows that is marketed to web developers, big corporations, and medium to large size businesses. This means you cannot just buy it from Wal-Mart or Best Buy. The Enterprise edition has quite a few features that the Professional edition doesn’t have.

Among its features include Multi Language Support, UNIX Application Support, and BitLocker Drive Encryption. Before a company can have Windows 7 Enterprise, they need to sign an agreement with Microsoft called an MSA or Microsoft Software Assurance contract.

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