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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade £79.99 @ Argos

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Just having a look for windows 7 upgrade and this was quite a bit cheaper than amazon.

Not to savvy with windows but is this the version you can upgrade 3 computers with??
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#1
Just having a look for windows 7 upgrade and this was quite a bit cheaper than amazon.


No it's not.
Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade- £63.99 at Amazon

Thanks for playing. Better luck next time.
#2
i thought it was the family upgrade?
#3
not good you cant get the FULL retail version from novatech for £92...would rather have that anyday - easier, quicker, and importantly a clean os install
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Software/OperatingSystems/GFC-00025.html

no the 3 upgrade retail version is about £150ish
#4
can that be used on more than 1 pc
#5
royals
not good you cant get the FULL retail version from novatech for £92...would rather have that anyday - easier, quicker, and importantly a clean os install
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Software/OperatingSystems/GFC-00025.html

no the 3 upgrade retail version is about £150ish


**Usually** You can do a full clean install with upgrade versions too. The just require you to insert the previous versions disk for verification. However as I havent used this feature on the W7 upgrade I cant say 100%.
#6
Codify
No it's not.
Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade- £63.99 at Amazon

Thanks for playing. Better luck next time.


I thought the same
#7
Make sure you are wearing a duffel coat or similar before reading this thread. :)
#8
I got two copies for £56.75.....
#9
anyone with children in education cat get windows 7 professional upgrade for £36.95
my sons 5 and just started school so he ( me ) qualified.
they just ask for the name of the child and the school , and thats it.
not the quickest to despatch...
#10
thedo;7392659
**Usually** You can do a full clean install with upgrade versions too. The just require you to insert the previous versions disk for verification. However as I havent used this feature on the W7 upgrade I cant say 100%.

not a true clean install then as you still need to old os disk, i had to buy the full versions as i built a new pc and my other pc was an acer pc which has xp with the infamous recovery disk rubbish which ofcourse didnt work
#11
amancalledchip;7394946
anyone with children in education cat get windows 7 professional upgrade for £36.95
my sons 5 and just started school so he ( me ) qualified.
they just ask for the name of the child and the school , and thats it.
not the quickest to despatch...

yeh, its 30.00 though but no good if you like you have an pc running xp or a new build with no os
http://www.microsoft.com/uk/education/studentoffer/default.aspx
#12
royals
not a true clean install then as you still need to old os disk, i had to buy the full versions as i built a new pc and my other pc was an acer pc which has xp with the infamous recovery disk rubbish which ofcourse didnt work


They must've changed it - I had a Vista Upgrade disk and all it required was fr me to insert my XP disk on install - didnt have to install it first.
#13
royals
yeh, its 30.00 though but no good if you like you have an pc running xp or a new build with no os
http://www.microsoft.com/uk/education/studentoffer/default.aspx


yes, you do have to have an o/s on it...
i put xp on mine first , no drivers, or anything ...just the o/s
then installed the upgrade disc.
not 100% sure if it makes a note of the windows xp number or not.

But for anyone thinking of upgrading anyway...its the cheapest way to do it. It will go over xp, just says it has to install the upgrade from scratch. When you click ok, it goes through as if it were installing on a new machine, but checks for a windows o/s on the machine ( which it then renames windows old )
#14
royals
not a true clean install then as you still need to old os disk, i had to buy the full versions as i built a new pc and my other pc was an acer pc which has xp with the infamous recovery disk rubbish which ofcourse didnt work


then why didnt you get hold of an OEM windows disc and use the number on the machine?
i do that all the time . Vista allows you to change the number once its installed.
#15
you can do a fresh instal with this , if you look on the softare4students site it tells you how, still voted cold tho
#16
am interested in getting windows 7 for my daughter who is at school. Her laptop has vista. Am i better reinstalling xp from scratch before loading W7? or is it ok to download onto vista? don't want any software on hard drive which is redundant
#17
you'd be better off buying a full retail version of windows 7 rather than the upgrade version so you can wipe the hard drive and do a fresh install. i've not actually tried the upgrade route so i can't answer your question but thought i would offer my opinion anyway
#18
ive done an upgrade on an xp machine...it tells you it cant upgrade and therefore it will do a fresh install of windows 7 . Your old xp is renamed to window old...It also warns you that once started you cant revert back to your old xp o/s ...unless you do it as a fresh install...

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