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As you know, Microsoft Windows 7 has been officially launched. If you want to get it, the only way Microsoft gives you is to download it through its many online stores or  MSDN or TechNet subscriptions. However , as you may guess, Microsoft never releases any official link pointing to the Windows 7  files. Such installation files are hosted on special server which have the following domain:  msft-dnl.digitalrivercontent.net and are owned by Digital River which is nothing else than the official  Microsoft Marketplace e-commerce store. But here is the great news! Such installation files have recently  been leaked so that now everybody can download the new operating system thanks to direct links to the official Windows 7 release!

Windows 7 installer package is made out of three files which have .EXE and .BOX extension respectively. Here are the direct  links:

  1. Win7-P-Retail-en-us-x86.exe
  2. setup1.box
  3. setup2.box

If you want to unpack the files, put them to the same location ( a folder, for example) and click the .EXE file. If you are interested in downloading Windows 7 64-bit version click here.

If you don’t know how to use these files, read my guide on how to make setup.box and .EXE files as a single  bootable Windows 7 ISO file!




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22 Comments to “Direct links to download Windows 7 (32-bit)”

  1. Daniel Little Says:

    is this windows 7 ultimate, home premium or buisness??

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Windows 7 requires 16 GB o free space to install on the hard drive and work properly…
    Anyways , it also depends on what you select as wanted features by you.
    By the way, thanks for the direct links.

  3. fazil Says:

    thank you !!

  4. Web Talk Says:

    Hello Kitty! (sorry for the joke, but it was stronger than me!) Keep in mind that a Windows 7 OS is burned on a dvd which is around 4 gb. So I would say that you need at least 4gb on your computer if you want to download and unpack it.

  5. kitty Says:

    How much drive space will I need for these files, and how much for the unpacked ones. More than 2gb? Also, how large a drive partition is needed for installation?

  6. Web Talk Says:

    Yes. This is a legitimate copy. However you will have to buy the activation key from Microsoft.

  7. Ed Says:

    Quick question: If I download these, will I have an actual copy of Windows 7?
    .-= Ed´s last blog ..How To Make Phone Calls From Your Computer =-.

  8. hUmanns Says:

    Hi there, from where I can get this combination of files but for Windows 7 ultimate 32bit German version? THX…

  9. Windows 7 Registry Cleaners Says:

    Thanks for this post – it’s much appreciated!

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