Microsoft Windows 7 with Dolby Digital Plus
With support for up to 5.1 channels of full-impact audio, Dolby® Digital Plus transforms PC entertainment. And now Microsoft's Windows® 7 brings the cinematic surround sound of Dolby Digital Plus to Windows users the world over.
Simplifies Everyday Tasks
Windows® 7 makes the things you do every day faster and easier. With fewer clicks, faster searching, easier browsing, and simpler ways to connect, there's less between you and what you want to do.
Works the Way You Want
Windows 7 is designed to improve the performance of your PC, so it's faster, more secure, and more reliable. PCs with Windows 7 simply work the way you want them to work.
Makes New Things Possible
With Windows 7, you'll discover easy and exciting new ways to have fun and get things done with your PC.
Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate editions all allow you to watch, pause, rewind, and record TV with Windows Media Center. You can also watch all of your favorite DVD movies. All three editions include integrated video codecs as well as Dolby® Digital Plus to deliver next-generation surround sound.
Visit Microsoft's website for more details about Windows 7 or pre-order a copy of Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate today.
Immerse Yourself In Next-Generation Surround Sound
Dolby Digital Plus delivers premium-quality surround sound to the PC, improving the listening experience of DVDs and digital TV. It complements high-definition video with support for up to 5.1 channels of dramatic HD audio. So whether you're listening through headphones, stereo speakers, or a 5.1-channel setup, with Dolby Digital Plus you can look forward to warm, rich audio and absolutely stunning clarity.
Dolby Digital Plus Benefits
- Delivers superior audio quality for a richer surround sound experience
- Unlocks the full audio potential from your HDTV broadcasts and DVD collection
- Ensures that you hear audio precisely as it was intended
- Enables 5.1 channels of theatre-quality sound
Find out more about Dolby Digital Plus.
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