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Microsoft Windows 10 Home £13.56 @ scdkey

£13.56 @ scdkey
Phenomenal price for Windows 10! Totally legit, honest, maybe. Probably not. Definitely not. - spannerzone Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Phenomenal price for Windows 10!

Totally legit, honest, maybe. Probably not. Definitely not.
- spannerzone
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1 Like #1
The same merchant has Windows 10 Pro for £12.09.

https://www.scdkey.uk/microsoft-windows-10-pro-oem-cd-key-global_1227-20.html?source=webgains&&site=uk

The keys however are probably not legitimate. They're almost certainly volume licensing keys that shouldn't be resold so might be revoked.

Edited By: seancampbell on Dec 11, 2016 18:22
1 Like #3
Shame it won't be legit...
1 Like #4
should be moved to trash
#5
good find op,is this a download only,pardon my ignorance of tech related software.
7 Likes #6
There's been multiple reports of people buying keys from this site and them being revoked. They've also got dodgy/fishy looking company details.
I would advise people to avoid them.
1 Like #7
Got the free upgrade to Windows 10 from Microsoft themselves and wish I hadn't bothered! There was nothing wrong with Windows 7, at least with this version you could turn off Microsoft updates, and I much prefer MS Explorer to MS Edge!
3 Likes #8
Another day, another person posting this scam. these keys will be revoked at some point I guarantee it and the company selling them is using dodgy/fake details.
#9
Call the police
#10
Oh and what can I use instead of the built in mail app. I've tried opera mail client and that's crap too. There must be a decent email client for windows 10
#11
richt
Got the free upgrade to Windows 10 from Microsoft themselves and wish I hadn't bothered! There was nothing wrong with Windows 7, at least with this version you could turn off Microsoft updates, and I much prefer MS Explorer to MS Edge!
Internet Explorer 7 is still included with Windows 10
2 Likes #12
joeldeals
Oh and what can I use instead of the built in mail app. I've tried opera mail client and that's crap too. There must be a decent email client for windows 10


Mozilla Thunderbird is really nice IMO.
3 Likes #13
I know a bloke selling some dodgy car stereos if anyone is interested.
2 Likes #14
I downloaded windows 10 from the accessibility upgrade site https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/accessibility/windows10upgrade used my existing windows 7 key and installed windows 10 on a newly built pc a few days ago. Free and legit copy.
1 Like #15
joeldeals
Oh and what can I use instead of the built in mail app. I've tried opera mail client and that's crap too. There must be a decent email client for windows 10

Mailbird is brilliant.
#16
serious question. do these work? there are ones on ebay for 3.50 with a piece of old hardware that doesn't get sent to you.

reason i ask is I recently bought a refurbished workstation on ebay which had windows 7 coa on it and i installed that from usb and then upgraded to 10 via accessibility. it came with a formatted hard drive (some come with no hdd)

i want to do the same trick at my parent's house. there are workstations with windows 7 coa or some with vista or xp.

so you can get better hardware for your money if you buy xp or vista one.

but can you get windows using those ebay keys plus old piece of hardware?

i have bought numerous laptops in the past that have blown up or obsolete with proper windows keys. so this is partly about reusing those keys or also about selling windows oem with a piece of hardware? as I am building a pc for my parents technically it is oem?
#17
sorry ones on ebay are 3.50 for windows 7 but with accessibility upgrade free why buy a windows 10 key?
#18
WalkableBuffalo

Internet Explorer 7 is still included with Windows 10

IE 7 is about 10 years old, I think you mean IE 11 is included in Windows 10.
#19
I wonder how much HUKD gets paid to allow these guys to spam the website without removing it (it's been on here almost 15 hours now)
#20
jameshothothot
serious question. do these work? there are ones on ebay for 3.50 with a piece of old hardware that doesn't get sent to you.

reason i ask is I recently bought a refurbished workstation on ebay which had windows 7 coa on it and i installed that from usb and then upgraded to 10 via accessibility. it came with a formatted hard drive (some come with no hdd)

i want to do the same trick at my parent's house. there are workstations with windows 7 coa or some with vista or xp.

so you can get better hardware for your money if you buy xp or vista one.

but can you get windows using those ebay keys plus old piece of hardware?

i have bought numerous laptops in the past that have blown up or obsolete with proper windows keys. so this is partly about reusing those keys or also about selling windows oem with a piece of hardware? as I am building a pc for my parents technically it is oem?

they might work, they might not. but at the end of the day it's not legal and it's against the Microsoft ToS, so you might as well use an illegal activator and skip paying for a license at all.
#21
guilbert53
WalkableBuffalo

Internet Explorer 7 is still included with Windows 10
IE 7 is about 10 years old, I think you mean IE 11 is included in Windows 10.
I guess. I don't use so it doesn't matter to me. I just always thought of it as IE 7. But it's definitely IE 11
#22
You can get a genuine Windows7 MAR sticker from Amazon for about £30 and use the assistive tech upgrade to Win 10 and be totally legit (you do use assistive tech right?).

#Be aware that if you try to use this to get Win10 on Skylake you're in for a nightmare (unless you have SATA DVD)#

Edited By: Cattle on Dec 13, 2016 15:25
#23
Cattle
You can get a genuine Windows7 MAR sticker from Amazon for about £30 and use the assistive tech upgrade to Win 10 and be totally legit (you do use assistive tech right?).
#Be aware that if you try to use this to get Win10 on Skylake you're in for a nightmare (unless you have SATA DVD)#

Can you elaborate on that? My processor is a Skylake one and I'm on Windows 10. I haven't activated it yet. Will this key not work?
#24
misa426
Cattle
You can get a genuine Windows7 MAR sticker from Amazon for about £30 and use the assistive tech upgrade to Win 10 and be totally legit (you do use assistive tech right?).
#Be aware that if you try to use this to get Win10 on Skylake you're in for a nightmare (unless you have SATA DVD)#
Can you elaborate on that? My processor is a Skylake one and I'm on Windows 10. I haven't activated it yet. Will this key not work?

The problem comes when installing Windows 7 on Skylake using USB, if you already installed Windows 7 then you need not worry.

Edit :- My advice is for people using the cheap MAR Windows 7 install and upgrade to Windows 10 route not this key BTW.

Edited By: Cattle on Dec 14, 2016 10:02
#25
i am going to try the 3.50 ebay key
#26
Ebay key?

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