Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium - Retail (Full Version) £75.99 @ - HotUKDeals
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Thanks for posting. And welcome to HUKD.
It is good practice to also add the merchant and price to the title. It helps people who are just browsing through. And in my experience your post will get a few more “hot” votes.
Emmajk42 / Juliet_Bravo wrote a couple of very comprehensive and excellent guides for newcomers to HUKD here: -
They are well worth taking a look at.
Again, thanks for posting, and welcome to HUKD.
Kind regards Andy
£84.33 delivered
Ouch. I got 2 copies for under £83.
Ouch. I got 2 copies for under £83.

But not retail copies.

More likely the non-transferable OEM versions.
No, full retail versions. £49.97 from Tesco and £32.95 from Additions (with a new customers code). Got a £12.99 upgrade on the way from Acer too.
No, full retail versions. £49.97 from Tesco and £32.95 from Additions (with a new customers code). Got a £12.99 upgrade on the way from Acer too.

Nice. Tesco are charging just under £60 for the retail upgrade right now.
Cant see why this is cold? - its currently the cheapest place to get the full retail version (not an upgrade or OEM) this full version works on 32bit and 64bit and odesnt need any prior install.

gets a hot vote from me.

(PS - its only worth getting every other M$ operating system! this is a good one!)
(its now £77.99)
not gonna be picky with you, just an thanks for me, used your link even though it says expired and got a full retail version for £89.25, not bad as most are pushing over £100 and 70quid for the OEM version which is what I was gonna get but for a few
soz, what I was saying, for a few quid more got the full monty - so big thanks from me

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