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For those who missed out on the Amazon deal it looks like Dixon are doing the same thing.

Anyone know of Free delivery code?????

Delivery is FREE!
- steveuk

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#1
Is this a standalone product? I need to upgrade from Vista.
suspended#2
Amazon would be better as it's free delivery there
#3
You can't upgrade from any OS, it's a new install.

Pre-ordered mine from play.com - :)

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windows/buy/offers/pre-order.aspx
#4
It's a brilliant piece of software - much better than Vista and a bargain at this price. PC world are also doing it for around this price too.
#5
You'd be better off getting it from PC World and then adding a 97p clearance item to get free delivery
#6
robot1000
You'd be better off getting it from PC World and then adding a 97p clearance item to get free delivery


there's no 97p stuff
banned#7
He's right !!! There is quite a lot of software titles for 97p. choose one that is for home delivery and then update the basket and it will give you free deilvery !!! Excellent spot heet added !:whistling:

Quantity Code Description1 177581 DELIVERY SERVICE S MALL1 875456 GSP WILLMAKER Total price: £0.97
Quantity Code Description1 177818 DELIVERY SERVICE C HARGE1 457250 MICROSOFT WIN7 HOME PREORDR Total price: £44.99
#8
#9
Computerman


Nope....cant see how you can get 2 for £44.99 unless you have a BOGOF code or something
#10
dirty8


Pre-ordered mine from play.com - :)


Play.com are now charging £80 for the Premium edition and £100 for the Pro. Lucky you got yours in early.

Premium LINK > [http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/11047872/Microsoft-Windows-7-Home-Premium-E-Retail/Product.html
Pro Link >http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/11051709/Microsoft-Windows-7-Professional-E-Retail/Product.html
#11
I know there have been lots of deals flying through here for Win7 pro - but they have all expired, so does anyone know the best (ie. cheapest!) place to get win7 professional from?
#12
Just paid £45 at PCWorld online for home without adding anything extra.
#13
does anyone know how to get 64bit version as that what i want. please advise.
#14
It comes with 64 and 32 bit version
I swear i read it on another thread here when someone asked the same question

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windows/buy/offers/pre-order.aspx.
Says 32 or 64 bit
#15
spenspuma
Nope....cant see how you can get 2 for £44.99 unless you have a BOGOF code or something


think he meant £44.99 each
#16
it's 44.99 at pc world with 0.00 for delivery

just ordered one

and quidco at 2%!!
#17
Does anyone know if you can legitimately install it on more than one PC in your home? I heard something about it.. Family pack?? Is that standard in the home edition?
#18
I just bought this and postage was 0.00, unless I've got confused somewhere along the line...
#19
bought, job done
#20
Mine says free delivery.

Anyone know when they will take payment? Will it not be until Oct?
#21
Tried Spenspuma's Comet but whist the Comet search comes up with £44.99 the product page will only show £49.99.
I followed Scoobeesnac's tip and ordered from PCWorld at £44.99 inc PP. Delivery is stated around 22 October 2009.
#22
Comet are abismal with pricing, they havent got a clue. Lucky i got mine in with Amazon at £44.99 :w00t:
banned#23
anyone know where you can pre order this without paying for it now?
#24
seanbwfc
anyone know where you can pre order this without paying for it now?


You don't pay for it now as its a pre-order. They won't charge you till dispatch.
#25
brewskeyboy;5763573
I just bought this and postage was 0.00, unless I've got confused somewhere along the line...

*off topic* An Enter Shikari fan!:thumbsup: */off topic*
#26
You can get it for a 1 year free trial... edit 10 months

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx
#27
solidamber
You can get it for a 1 year free trial

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx


More like 8 months, don't fancy my PC shutting down every 2 hrs! :o
#28
Bigmonty
More like 8 months, don't fancy my PC shutting down every 2 hrs! :o


Well by that time you will have liked it and bought the retail version or reverted back to your old O/S, not sat there with a gormless look on your face while your PC shuts down:thumbsup:
#29
Got my 3 copies from Comet this morning. Lots of places selling out and prices going up already :/
#30
Bought 2 from Comet for £44.99p each and free delivery (click on the link displayed on the comet home page rather than any search or it will load into the basket at £49.99).

There is a downside though: Comet will take your money now rather than bill you before dispatch so the Amazon offer was better but as they are out of stock Comet seems to be a good alternative.
#31
Delivery is free it says.
#32
just got an email this morning, Amazon is doing the same price:thumbsup:

on premium and home edition
#33
n9801904
Does anyone know if you can legitimately install it on more than one PC in your home? I heard something about it.. Family pack?? Is that standard in the home edition?


These offers are for a single license only, so only the one PC allowed (you could try installing it on 2 rigs but I would imagine the 2nd one wouldn't pass activation)
#34
Does anyone know if you can install this alongside Vista (dual-boot)? I know you can't do an 'upgrade' so it's clean install but dual-O/S systems have always floated my boat for some bizarre reason ... :oops:
#35
kismet110
Does anyone know if you can install this alongside Vista (dual-boot)? I know you can't do an 'upgrade' so it's clean install but dual-O/S systems have always floated my boat for some bizarre reason ... :oops:

Yes you can.
#36
kismet110
Does anyone know if you can install this alongside Vista (dual-boot)? I know you can't do an 'upgrade' so it's clean install but dual-O/S systems have always floated my boat for some bizarre reason ... :oops:


i have installed xp and vista on same hard drive, different partitions.
if you cant manage just buy a 2nd smaller hard drive just for it
#37
Agharta
Yes you can.


MajorCockUp
i have installed xp and vista on same hard drive, different partitions.
if you cant manage just buy a 2nd smaller hard drive just for it


Thanks for the quick response!
#38
kismet110
Does anyone know if you can install this alongside Vista (dual-boot)? I know you can't do an 'upgrade' so it's clean install but dual-O/S systems have always floated my boat for some bizarre reason ... :oops:


You should be able to. Probably best to install 7 on a different hard drive though then use a boot manager program to sort out the correct entries that give you the choice of OS when booting up.

I've been running XP as a second OS to my primary VIsta one for a year or so and that works fine (had to apply a registry fix to stop the XP deleting Vista's restores points but other than that it was fairly simple to set up).
#39
MajorCockUp
just got an email this morning, Amazon is doing the same price:thumbsup:

on premium and home edition


Amazon are out of stock on both at the moment (used up whatever allotment Microsoft have given them). They might well get more in but that's gonna be up to Microsoft.

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