Windows 7 Multi-Edition Checked Build ISO X86 (32-Bit) and X64 (64-Bit) Free Download

Windows 7 Multi-Edition Checked Build ISO X86 (32-Bit) and X64 (64-Bit) Free Download

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OS Name - Windows 7, Microsoft Windows

OS Family - Windows

Developer - Microsoft

Platform    - Desktop


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Description 

The Windows 7 debug checked build in the computer makes it easy to identify and diagnose problems with operating system. These builds includes all editions of Windows 7 including Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise, which is why we called it 'Multi-Edition'. These builds are different from All in one (AIO) ISO files.

Debug checked builds were generally used for the purpose of development, while the normal free build was used in the production. Learn more about Checked and Free Builds from Microsoft.

Both 32 and 64-bit versions of the debug-checked build are available in the Download menu with Service Pack 1.

General information from Windows 7 (for all editions)

Windows 7 (the successor to Windows Vista) was released to the public on October 22, 2009, and was more successful than Windows Vista. The graphical user interface of Windows 7 is similar to Windows Vista, glass-like interface design (known as Windows Aero) is available in all versions of Windows 7 (except the Starter Edition). Compared to the earlier version, many new features have been added to the user interface, such that the taskbar can now pin the app, users can use the photo slideshow as a desktop wallpaper, redesign of Windows Explorer and Notification area, new jump list menu when right-click in the taskbar app, new keyboard shortcuts to control UI elements, new Window management features, and much more.

There are some new features and functionality available in Windows 7 that are not available in Windows Vista such as, Libraries in Winidows Explorer, Multi-Touch enabled, app work progress in taskbar, Devices and Printers in control panel, Device Stage, easy dual monitor setup, home group , Microsoft Virtual PC, VHD (Virtual Hard Disk) file format support, and many improvements in performance and hardware support. Your favorite pre-installed apps like Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center come with the latest version in Windows 7.

Windows 7 overall more stable, secure, and improved version of Vista. There are 6 different editions of Windows 7, which are Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate. Except the Starter, all versions are available for 32 and 64-bit capable systems. A service pack and platform update was issued by Microsoft for Windows 7. Both service pack and platform update include hardware / software support improvements, while the platform update include new version of IE browser, Internet Explorer 10.

Specification (debug checked build)

Available in 100+ languages
CPU Platform(s) IA-32, X86-64
License Commercial

System requirements

Minimum for all Windows 7 editions:

  • 1 GHz processor or higher.
  • 1GB of RAM.
  • 20GB of free disk space.

Installation instructions

Similar to Windows 7 Ultimate.


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