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ac186bab57 Please try again later.Sign in and comment Showing 0 of 3 commentsSort by: Newest Oldest There was a problem loading comments right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. However, every time you try to run an Office program (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.) it will ask you to activate Office again. If not you are stuck with this bit of Microsoft programming incompetence.2. Windows has struggled with this a bit (oh the woes with XP 64 bit.), but now the change has occurred. I turned off all accelerators and auto-everything.
The new installation wipes out the old one and that keeps everything legal.3939 comments399 people found this helpful. You will have to do this even if you are running the computer as Administrator, because Win 7 denies administrator priviledges (such as activating software) to Administrators! That is bonehead stupid! With luck you won't have to do this every time you want to run an Office program.You have to wonder if Microsoft is getting its programmers from the primate house in the Elbonia zoo?! Read more Sort by: TopMost recentTopFilter by: All reviewersVerified purchase onlyAll reviewersAll stars5 star only4 star only3 star only2 star only1 star onlyAll positiveAll criticalAll starsAll formatsStyle Name: Old Standard PackagingAll formatsSearchThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. MS Media Center is robust and easy to run and all my other multimedia needs, from playing music to Blu Ray are met.This version is easy to install and has no bloatware at all. It found our Brother WiFi laser printer and installed the latest drivers and Brother's printer control center.The biggest advantage: you'll skip all the "enhanced experience" software the likes of Dell, HP and Lenovo cram onto their otherwise zippy machines. You don't get "free" technical support from Microsoft, but if you have ever spent an hour on the phone waiting to get Microsoft's "help" only to get someone who doesn't speak English and clearly knows little about computers you know that Microsoft's "help" is worthless anyway. I'm happy and recommend both Amazon and Microsoft 7 Pro.0Comment12 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you?YesNoReport abusePlease write at least one wordYou must purchase at least one item from Amazon to post a commentA problem occurred while submitting your comment. This product is exactly same as the retail version in terms of functionality. Please enter a question.