As with Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows 7 Enterprise is aimed at Microsoft's Software Assurance (SA) volume license customers. This time, however, Enterprise is a superset of Professional edition and adds much-heralded Windows 7 features like Direct Access, Branch Cache, BitLocker, and BitLocker To Go. Aside from licensing differences, Windows 7 Enterprise is functionally identical to Windows 7 Ultimate and includes every single feature offered by Windows 7.
These shots depict the final, shipping version of Windows 7 Enterprise.
The Windows 7 Enterprise default desktop.
The default icon set in the Start Menu is actually identical to that of Windows 7 Professional.
Windows 7 Enterprise supports BitLocker and BitLocker To Go: Here you can see a BitLocker To Go-protected USB device.
BitLocker and BitLocker To Go management.
The BitLocker control panel lets you configure both BitLocker and BitLocker To Go.
Windows 7 Enterprise includes support for some unique features, including the Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications.