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Windows 7 ISO Image Edition Switcher lets you covert a windows 7 ISO edition to another edition

The Windows 7 ISO Image Edition Switcher is a freeware, portable tool that will help you to switch any Windows 7 ISO image edition to you need very easily.

This is quite useful, if for example, you have the Windows 7 Home Edition and is looking for the upgrade edition like Professional or Ultimate edition.

The program is a set of small binary patches (and a tool to apply these patches) that will convert an official Windows 7 ISO disc image into an official Windows 7 ISO disc image of another edition.

The resulting ISO images are bit-for-bit identical with those posted on MSDN or TechNet, and their SHA-1 hashes should match the official hashes posted by Microsoft.

Download Windows 7 ISO Edition Switcher [Via]

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