Windows 7 Home Basic Edition is one of the Microsoft Top class Windows Edition which is for all home and light users. The First-Ever Version for all the common people who have no experience. Simple neat and clean UI with a bunch of necessary items. Get the Standalone Edition of Windows 7 Home Basic ISO for free which is compatible with 32 Bit as well 64 Systems architectures. Experience the new and fresh design of Windows 7 which is super fast and lightweight in size.
Overview of Windows 7 Home Basic ISO Edition
This version is available in 141 countries around the world. In this version of Windows, some of the Windows Aero features are excluded along with several other features. The home Basic version of Windows 7 contains some basic and important feature that is useful for a user. This edition is available in the 64-bit version and supports up to 8GB of RAM. This edition of Windows is not available in the 32-bit version.
They have sold in emerging markets, including geographical restrictions, which means users have to activate this version of Windows within a certain region or country. They cannot be activated outside specific countries or regions.
Features Of Windows 7 Home Basic
- It has built-in AVCHD support, which is a file-based format for the digital recording and playback of high-definition video.
- This version supports multiple monitors. Now using Multiple Monitors at once is possible with this version.
- It supports fast user switching. Users can now be switched instantly without any hurdle.
- A whole new Desktop Window Manager is introduced in this version of Windows 7.
- It has Windows Mobility Center. A place where users can adjust the brightness, volume, battery, wireless, external displays, and sync options.
- It supports Printing via the Internet. Communication can be established between the client devices and the printer which can allow clients to submit one or more print jobs to the printer or print server.
- It supports Windows Parental Control. Now parents can control the access to the devices using Home Basic. They can now restrict access to some features of Windows 7 alongside restrictions on some websites. Parents have full control of the devices used by their children.
- A whole new Windows Aero is supported by Home Basic Edition. Windows Aero has some of the best layouts and much more to it.
- Users can connect to the Internet but they cannot share the Internet with other devices.
- It supports only the joining of HomeGroup. HomeGroup cannot be created in this version.
- Users cannot share Internet connections. They can only join an Internet connection.
- Built-in DVD (MPEG-2 and Dolby Digital) decoder is not available in Home Basic. This feature is available in other versions of Windows 7.
- Multi-touch support is also removed from the Home Basic version of Windows 7. Although this feature is supported by other versions of Windows 7.
- Windows Media Center is also removed from this version of Windows. Available in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate Edition.
- Windows Media Player remote experience is not supported and is removed from this edition.
- Premium Games are also not included in the Home Basic edition of Windows 7. Only a few games are included in Home Basic.
- HomeGroup cannot be created.
- Back up to network with Backup and Restore Center is not supported. Users must have Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate Editions of Windows 7 in order to use the Backup and Restore Center feature of Windows 7.
- Users cannot act as a host for Remote Desktop Services in this version of Windows 7.
- It does not support dynamic disks.
- Encrypting File System feature is not available in the Home Basic version. Users must have Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate Editions of Windows 7 in order to use the Encryption feature.
- Home Basic does not include a Location-aware printing feature. This feature is removed in this version.
- The presentation mode is removed. Available in other higher editions of Windows 7.
- Users cannot use the Group Policy in the Home Basic version. In order to make groups, users are directed to use other editions of Windows 7 which has a Group Policy feature alongside many other amazing and very useful features.
- Offline files and folder redirection features are also not available in Windows 7 Home Basic ISO.
- Windows Server domain joining is not supported.
- Windows XP Mode is not supported.
- Software restriction policies are also not supported. Users cannot restrict software on how they use the CPU and other elements of the computer.
- This version does not support the “Remote administration tools” feature. This feature is only available in
- Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate Editions.
- It does not include “Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)”.
- AppLocker feature is not supported by this edition. Users cannot create and enforce policies for the applications.
- Aero glass remoting is not available. This feature is removed from the Home Basic version of Windows 7.
- Windows Media Player multimedia redirection is not supported by Windows 7 Home Basic edition.
- Audio recording over the Remote Desktop Connection feature is also not supported.
- Multi-display Remote Desktop Connection is not available in the Home Basic version.
- Enterprise search scopes are not available.
- Federated search is not supported.
- BitLocker Drive Encryption feature is not available in Home Basic. This feature is only available in the Enterprise and Ultimate Editions of Windows 7.
- BranchCache Distributed Cache is not available in Home Basic.
- Users cannot use the “DirectAccess” feature in Windows 7 Home Basic.
- The subsystem for Unix-based Applications is also not supported.
- Supports Multilingual User Interface packages. Multiple Languages support is available in Windows 7
- Enterprise and Ultimate Editions.
- Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) enhancements are not supported in 7 Home Basic nor in
- Home Premium nor Professional Edition of Windows 7.
- A virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) license is not available.
- VHD booting is not available in this version.
- Switching between any of the 37 available languages is not supported in the Home Basic edition of Windows 7.
System Requirements for Windows 7 Home Basic:
Minimum hardware requirements
|Operating system architecture||32-bit 64-bit|
|Processor||1 GHz IA-32 processor/ 1 GHz x86-64 processor|
|Memory (RAM)||1 GB / 2 GB|
|Graphics card||DirectX 9 graphics processor with Intel WDDM driver model 1.0|
|Free hard drive space||16 GB / 20 GB|
|Optical drive||DVD-ROM drive (Only to install from DVD-ROM media)|
|Screen resolution||1366 × 768 screen resolution|
|Connectivity||Internet access - Only for Updates(fees may apply)|
Maximum hardware requirements
Component Operating system architecture
Physical CPUs 1 1
Memory (RAM) 4 GB (32-bit) / 8 GB (64-bit)
It is best for those users who are not intended to use it for any type of developmental work. This is a very light version of Windows 7 because it does not contain any extra and heavy features. This version of Windows 7 contains some of the basic features of an Operating System. Users who want to use Windows 7 for any kind of developmental work, then they should use Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate version because those Editions of Windows 7 are meant for those type of works. Windows 7 Home Basic ISO Zip free download is the very basic version of Windows 7, available for free download in the 64-bit version and is used for the basic type of tasks to be accomplished.
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How To Install Win 7 Home Basic on 64-bit OS?
Method # 01
( Installing Using a Windows installation DVD)
If you want to install Windows 7 Home Basic on your computer, you do not need to be a professional. Just follow the following steps:
01. Enter your computer’s BIOS:
Turn off the computer on which you want to install Windows 7 and then turn it back on.
When the BIOS screen appears or you are prompted to do so, depending on your computer’s motherboard, press Del, Esc, F2, F10, or F9 to enter the system BIOS.
The key to enter the BIOS is usually shown on the screen.
02. Find your BIOS’s boot options menu:
Search for the boot options menu of your BIOS.
If you can’t find the boot options menu, search the name of your BIOS (most likely located in the BIOS menu) online for help.
03. Select the CD-ROM drive as the first boot device of your computer:
Although this method may vary among computers, the boot options menu is typically a menu of movable device names where you should set your CD-ROM drive as the first boot device.
It can also be a list of devices that you can set the order of their boot on.
04. Save the changes in the settings:
Press the button indicated on the screen or select the save option from the BIOS menu to save your configuration.
05. Shut off your computer:
Either turn off the computer by choosing the shut-down option in your current operating system, or hold the power button until the computer powers off.
06. Power on the PC and then insert the Windows 7 disc into your CD/DVD drive.
07. Start your computer from the disc:
After you have placed the disc into the disc drive, start your computer.
When the computer starts, press a key if you are asked if you would like to boot from the disc by pressing any key.
After you choose to start from the disc, Windows Setup will begin loading.
If you are not asked to boot from the disc, you may have done something wrong. Retry the previous steps to solve the problem.
08. Choose your Windows Setup options:
Once Windows Setup loads, you’ll be presented with a window.
Select your preferred language, keyboard type, and time/currency format, then click Next.
09. Click the Install Now button.
10. Accept the License Terms:
Read over the Microsoft Software License Terms, check I accept the license terms, and click Next.
11. Select the Custom installation.
12. Decide on which hard drive and partition you want to install Windows on.
- A hard drive is a physical part of your computer that stores data, and partitions “divide” hard drives into separate parts.
- If the hard drive has data on it, delete the data off of it, or format it.
- Select the hard drive from the list of hard drives.
- Click Drive options (advanced).
- Click Format from Drive options.
- If your computer doesn’t have any partitions yet, create one to install Windows on it.
- Select the hard drive from the list of hard drives.
- Click Drive options (advanced).
- Select New from Drive options.
- Select the size, and click OK.
13. Install Windows on your preferred hard drive and partition:
Once you’ve decided on where to install Windows, select it and click Next.
Windows will begin installing.
Method # 02
(Installing Using a Flash Drive or External Drive)
- Enter your computer’s BIOS.
- Find your BIOS’s boot options menu.
- Select the Removable Devices as the first boot device of your computer.
- Save the changes in the settings.
- Shut off your computer.
- Power on the PC and insert the USB / Flash Drive containing Windows 7.
- Start your computer from the USB / Flash Drive.
- Choose your Windows Setup options.
- Click the Install Now button.
- Accept the License Terms.
- Select the Custom installation.
- Decide on which hard drive and partition you want to install Windows on.
- Install Windows on your preferred hard drive and partition.