Yes. But in order to install the software on your computer with Windows 7, you will need the installer disc that you previously purchased because the developer is out of business and there is no way you could download the software from the Internet. To install the program, just insert the disc in your computer. If the auto run doesn't pop up, right click on the CD\DVD device in My computer and select Run or Open. If you can't install the software by the normal way, it's possible that you will need to use some compatibility features. To do that, just right click on the setup.exe file from the disc and choose Properties, go to Compatibility tab and select Run this program in compatibility with Windows XP. The installing process should work just fine.