Windows 7 For NetBooks


If you’ve got a netbook, you probably don’t have a CD or DVD drive – so you may be wondering how you can upgrade to Windows 7. The Microsoft Store is the only place where you can get a downloadable version of Windows 7. Download Windows 7 directly onto a USB drive on your netbook – no CD or DVD drive necessary. The upgrade version of Windows 7 Home Premium Edition retails for US$119.99 while the full version for US$199.99 available here.


3 Responses to “Windows 7 For NetBooks”

  1. 1 zzeed October 23, 2009 at 8:31 am


    I can’t wait to see how good (or how bad) the OS is.

  2. 2 BigMacky October 23, 2009 at 9:29 am


    Out of curiosity, I might just get it. But am worried my Sony Vaio W might struggle in handling it. As it is, running Windows XP, its already a little pushing it if I run too many apps at one go. It is a netbook afterall. Not saying that Sony Vaio W sucks. I have no complaints, actually. Still loving it. But not too sure if upgrading to Windows 7 on a netbook is a good idea. Maybe I should wait for reviews from fellow netbook users before taking the plunge.

  3. 3 zzeed October 23, 2009 at 10:08 pm


    If I were in your position, I would wait a while first. Look before you leap.

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