OS: x86 - x64 | File Size: 4,2 GB
Language: English, Russian
Medicine: All cured
This assembly is the assignee of the assembly of Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 -18in1-Activated (AIO). It differs from its predecessor in that the current build includes updates as of March 24, 2018, plus some additional chips. The release of this assembly, meanwhile, does not mean that its predecessor lost its relevance. For those who prefer to work with assemblies as close as possible to original distributions, it is still relevant!
This build includes 9 Russian editions and 9 English editions of Windows 7 SP1 for 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) kernels:
Windows 7 Starter SP1 Russian
Windows 7 Starter SP1 English
Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x86 Russian
Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x86 English
Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x64 Russian
Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x64 English
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x86 Russian
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x86 English
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 Russian
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 English
Windows 7 Professional SP1 x86 Russian
Windows 7 Professional SP1 x86 English
Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 Russian
Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 English
Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x86 Russian
Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x86 English
Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 Russian
Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 English
At the end of the installation, you receive a fully registered and activated version of Windows 7 of your choice.
Some Assembly Features
At the heart of the build are the Windows 7 distributions laid out on MSDN on May 12, 2011.
The original Windows 7 installer has been replaced by a hybrid installer built from Windows 7 installers and Windows 8.1.
The assembly includes critical updates available as of March 24, 2018, including Internet Explorer 11. Cumulative update packages for January, February and March 2018 are not included in this list. For the buggy.
The list of installed updates excludes spyware updates and updates that obtrusively recommend switching to using Windows 10. They are replaced with special stubs preventing their installation (the "Plug-ins for not recommended Windows updates" project).
Instead of the default built-in, along with the updates of the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile, the .NET Framework 4.7.1 (the [Slim] project .NET Framework 4.7.1 Full x86 / x64) is integrated into the assembly.
Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2017 Redistributable Package of the latest versions are integrated into the assembly. To avoid duplicate installation by different applications of earlier versions and to redirect programs that require these library packages to the latest versions, the installation of legacy versions is blocked by stubs (the project [addon] Microsoft Visual C ++ 2005-2008-2010-2012-2013-2017 Redistributable Package Hybrid).
The DirectX 11 package is integrated into the OS being installed.
The WUFUC version 0.7.1.81 is integrated into the installed OS, which removes the lock from installing updates through the Windows Update Center on computers with Intel Kaby Lake processors and AMD Ryzen. The shortcuts for managing this utility are available in the "Start" menu.
In the system installer, the installed OS and the system recovery service, three special updates are needed to support the installation and further use of the system on the NVMe: KB3087873, KB2990941, KB2550978.
The system installer, the installed OS and the system recovery service integrated a number of drivers for NVMe-media.
A number of drivers for USB 3.x of the following manufacturers are integrated into the system installer, installed OS and System Restore Service: AMD, Asmedia, Etron, Fresco Logic, Intel, Renesas, Texas Instruments, VIA.
In the installed OS, tweaks are integrated, adding the items "Copy to folder ..." and "Move to folder ..." in the context menu.
The System Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (MSDaRT) version 7.0 is integrated into the system recovery service, both launched from the installation media and integrated into the system itself, which significantly expands the resuscitation capabilities of the system.
In the system recovery service, both launched from the installation media, and integrated into the system itself, SmartFix module 188.8.131.52 is integrated to automatically solve the most common problems and to treat the OS from malware that antivirus software can not handle.
At the earliest stage of the installation, there is a pre-boot menu, in which you can select the width of the primary shell, that is, which installer will be used, 32-bit or 64-bit. Thanks to this, you do not have to worry that the 64-bit version of the OS may not be on RAID, and that its users may find themselves without a system recovery service.
The installer made the necessary changes, so that the installation under EFI / UEFI was possible not only from the blank, but also from the USB flash drive.
If during installation of the system you have entered a valid license key in the appropriate field, the system will be activated with this key for absolutely legal reasons. If the field is left blank, then alternative methods of activation will be used.
In case you install the system on a computer that has a SLIC-table version 2.1 and higher in the UEFI-BIOS, the standard (almost) activation tools developed by Microsoft for such computers will be used.
If you do not have a license key and there is no SLIC table in the UEFI-BIOS, the system will be activated by the build-in activator built into the assembly.
If you chose to install Windows 7 Ultimate, then upon completion of the installation, you will be able to switch the interface language from Russian to English and vice versa by standard means Windows 7 Ultimate (Maximum). If you installed any other version, you can use the Vistalizator version 2.75 utility for this purpose, the shortcut of which is available in the "Start" menu.
Due to technical features, no system from this assembly can be installed by the Update on Windows Vista / 7. However, if you need to install from an already existing system, it remains possible to initiate a so-called Custom installation. When you start the installation from the already running 32-bit OS, everything is simple. But to initiate the installation from under the 64-bit OS, it's necessary to start it not through setup.exe in the root of the media with the distribution, but through setup.exe, which is located in the Sources folder of the distribution. Autorun installation media when running from under the existing OS, will choose the type of launch itself. If the existing system works in EFI / UEFI mode, then it is impossible to run from under it in the Custom installation mode.