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Are there any free versions of windows 7 enterprize, if so where can I get one?
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Windows 7 Enterprise is a higher version of Windows. You have'nt any free version of Windows.
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No, that's one of Microsoft's main products.  There are no free versions of Windows 7.  I think there's a trial, but not of Enterprise - Enterprise is only available through a volume license.

There are free BETAs of Windows 8 you can try (being called the Consumer Preview), but that will expire in a few months and since it's a beta, it means it's potentially buggy as well.
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There are 90 day trials - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/cc442495

I believe W7 Enterprise and Professional are the same product, but ent requires a VLK and pro can use a regular key.
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Interesting, I thought the trial was of Ultimate.  Ok, no difference.  Literally, other than licensing.  

Pro and Enterprise are NOT the same product.  Enterprise and Ultimate are - the difference being the packaging - Enterprise is VL only, Ultimate is retail.
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Sorry, I meant Ultimate and Enterprise, not Professional.
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by:Praveenraj04
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Hi,  

There is nothing called Free in Windows 7 OS.  You can use Trial Period and if you need to extend you can Re-arm that product.  But you can not use as Free Windows.  

You can Download Microsoft Windows 7 90 Days Trial, and you can rearm for another 90 Days.

Please Do not try to Crack the Windows Product.

Thanks,
P. Praveen Raj
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