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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, N Version, Upgrade Family Pack Edition, 3 User Licence £122.27 @ Amazon

£122.27 @ Amazon
Just back in stock def the cheapest way to get 3 copys excluding student deals £40.75 a copy, £160 at pc world now next cheapest is staples. Microsoft Windows 7 Family Pack contains a single licens… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Just back in stock def the cheapest way to get 3 copys excluding student deals £40.75 a copy, £160 at pc world now next cheapest is staples.

Microsoft Windows 7 Family Pack contains a single license for Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium that can be installed on up to 3 PCs
Windows 7 Home Premium (includes 32-bit & 64-bit versions) makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music--you can even watch, pause, rewind, and record TV
Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation
Start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use most often
Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with Internet Explorer 8
Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup
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Single license, 3 installations
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#1
Is it really worth spending so much money for an upgrade? (W7 after all is just an upgrade from Vista, it's not a new OS as Vista was to XP)
#2
I am interested in building a new computer; probably with a bit of help from a friend who runs a computer repair business.

Would this be OK to install from scratch .. or is it just an upgrade for a previously installed windows program.

I asume I could also use it to upgrade from XP to W7 on another machine I have ... well, daughter's machine really
#3
pet2000;7560160
Is it really worth spending so much money for an upgrade? (W7 after all is just an upgrade from Vista, it's not a new OS as Vista was to XP)

Have you actually compared the two, Vista sucks whereas Win 7 is a rocket ship (admittedly it is what Vista should have been):)
#4
I got 7 when it was on offer at Tesco for £38 and turned my machine into a dual boot - 7 is ok but I really don't use it much cos I still prefer XP and there's virtually no difference in running speed between the two.
#5
All the cold voters clearly haven't seen the '3' in the title, and must be assuming it's a single licence....

Voted hot, can't get it for £40 a go without some other offer you may not be eligible for.

Definitely worth it, it's a vast improvement over XP and Vista.
#6
Note this is the N version of Windows 7, a special version produced to keep the EU leaders happy.

I would suggest you DONT buy the N version as it has things missing from the normal Windows 7 product (due to EU laws Microsoft have to produce a version with these features missing).

More here

http://crave.cnet.co.uk/software/0,39029471,49303415,00.htm

One of the reviews on Amazon says:
"I thought this 3-license deal looked like good value, but this "N Version" of Windows 7 comes without Media Centre (the quite good PCTV system), and without Media Player.
Microsoft do offer these extra features as a free download extras for N Version customers (although this isn't obvious to find), but even then I've been unable to Media Centre working, despite weeks of fault finding.
Save yourselve the hassle of this crippled N version, and buy the proper normal version instead"
#8
Ive been able to install it from scratch on my imac no bother, seems to be fine

http://www.winsupersite.com/win7/clean_install_upgrade_media.asp
#9
Flux101
it's a vast improvement over XP and Vista.


In what way is it an improvement on XP? As I said I run a dual boot machine and having run various tests I can see no improvemnt over XP at all particularly in relation to manipulating video. I agree it is a vast improvement on the older versions of Vista but it offers no improvement over XP which is why I continue to use it for most applications. :whistling:
#10
RedSkywalker
In what way is it an improvement on XP? As I said I run a dual boot machine and having run various tests I can see no improvemnt over XP at all particularly in relation to manipulating video. I agree it is a vast improvement on the older versions of Vista but it offers no improvement over XP which is why I continue to use it for most applications. :whistling:

On older hardware, XP may well be better suited to you, depending on what hardware and software you have. Everything I've used though has seen the performace of XP with the features of Vista, with other bits in between - things like aero snap that I really notice missing on XP/Vista. (I know there's a program that emulates this but it's a bit rubbish.)
#11
I don't know what all the fuss about vista is I have never had any trouble with it prapps I am just lucky ?
#12
Baz8755
Have you actually compared the two, Vista sucks whereas Win 7 is a rocket ship (admittedly it is what Vista should have been):)


I have just upgraded my sony vaio to windows 7, and i agree W/7 is a rocket ship, my other sony vaio is still on vista and it really does suck!!, running the 2 identical laptops side my side, I can see the difference.:)
#13
[FONT=Verdana]Expired now as it's no longer available from them.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:
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