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Cheapest place for Windows XP Home Edition

Ian182 Avatar
9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
My brother just bought a Mac laptop and needs to run windows XP on it too. What is the cheapest place to get Windows XP home edition?

Rep will be given!!

Thanks in advance! :thumbsup:
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
If you have a mac you wont be changing the hardware so use an OEM copy
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/114048
banned#2
OEM means that Microsoft allow you to install it as many times as you want on the same computer. If you change the motherboard or something you will need to ring Microsoft (FREE PHONE) to re activate it.

Retail copy allows you to install unlimited amount of times but it will add £100 on the price tag

Dont worry OEM is fine
#3
ebay ebay.. as long as you dont worry much :)
banned#4
edi
ebay ebay.. as long as you dont worry much :)


Why would you buy software from eBay?

They prob write down your serial before dispatch :)

then thats all your moneu in the bin!
#5
Yeah I wouldn't trust eBay for Software either, besides it's not the bargin basement it used to be. eBuyer's probably the best bet for XP, although personally I'd plump for Pro not Home.

Ian182, what exactly does your Bro need Windows for? There's very little you can't do straight on the Mac these days.
#6
google search for it, plenty about
banned#7
megalomaniac
Yeah I wouldn't trust eBay for Software either, besides it's not the bargin basement it used to be. eBuyer's probably the best bet for XP, although personally I'd plump for Pro not Home.

Ian182, what exactly does your Bro need Windows for? There's very little you can't do straight on the Mac these days.



Glad we agree :thumbsup:

But mac allows no flexibility
banned#8
h4x3r
If you have a mac you wont be changing the hardware so use an OEM copy
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/114048


Just bought an OEM copy from ebuyer myself, worked great and is much cheaper than buying a normal store copy:thumbsup:

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