Explain the difference between the main functions of Windows7.

As we all know, Windows 7 contains multiple versions, but in our actual use, due to psychological factors in obtaining piracy, many users often choose the highest-end Windows 7 Ultimate Ultimate, however, We can't help but ask, is the flagship version really suitable for us? Is there a better version?
It is reported that Windows 7 contains a total of six versions: Windows 7 Starter Starter Edition, Windows 7 Home Basic Family Normal Edition, Windows 7 Home Premium Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise Enterprise and Windows 7 Ultimate. What are the differences between the versions that will be introduced to you today:
Windows 7 Starter (primary version)
This is the least functional version, lacks Aero effects, no 64-bit support, no Windows Media Centers and mobile centers, etc., have restrictions on the background of the replacement desktop (very strange). It is primarily designed for low-end computers like netbooks, pre-installed through system integration or OEM computers, and is limited to certain types of hardware.
Windows 7 Home Basic (Home Basic Edition)
This is a simplified home version, the Chinese version is expected to sell for 399 yuan. Support multi-monitor, mobile center, limit some Aero effects, no Windows Media Center, lack of Tablet support, no remote desktop, can only join the home network group (Home Group). It is only available in emerging markets such as China, India, Brazil, etc.
Windows 7 Home Premium (Home Premium Edition)
For home users, for home entertainment needs, including all desktop enhancements and multimedia features such as Aero effects, multi-touch, media center, home networking group, Handwriting recognition, etc., does not support Windows domain, Windows XP mode, multi-language, etc.
Windows 7 Professional (Professional Edition)
For enthusiasts and small business users, meeting office development needs, including enhanced network features such as Active Directory and Domain Support, Remote Desktop, etc., plus network backup, location Perceptual printing, encrypted file system, demo mode, Windows XP mode and more. 64-bit can support larger memory (192GB). Available through global OEMs and retailers. Collectors are retired
Windows 7 Enterprise (Enterprise Edition)
Advanced version for the enterprise market, to meet the needs of enterprise data sharing, management, security and so on. Includes multi-language package, UNIX application support, BitLocker drive encryption, BranchCache, etc., sold through a volume license with a company that has a software-assured contract with Microsoft. Not available in the OEM and retail markets.
Windows 7 Ultimate (Branding Edition)
has all the features, the same as the enterprise version of the product, only in the licensing method and its related applications and services, for high-end users and software enthusiasts. Professional Edition and Home Premium users can upgrade to the Ultimate version via the Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU) service for a fee.
Note: In these six versions, Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 7 Professional are the two main versions, the former for home users and the latter for business users. In addition, the 32-bit version and the 64-bit version have no appearance or functional differences, but the 64-bit version supports
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