Windows 7 Home Basic, like Starter, does not allow the user to change the desktop background from a Personalize interface, though you can right-click images and use them as wallpaper in this version. I can only assume this is a temporary condition, as Microsoft has stated again and again how much its users love to customize their PCs with photos and other wallpapers. As one might expect, Home Basic is much like Starter in other areas. While there's no three-app limit, there's no Aero and the system only comes with basic features and games.

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068


Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068

Windows 7 build 7068