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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade Family Pack for XP or Vista For 3 PC's! £108.04 delivered thats only £36 each PC! @ Amazon

£108.04 @ Amazon
Need I say More! The great thing is that both 32 & 64 bit are provided £36 per PC, must be worth it, if you have 3 PC's in the house. DUMP VISTA NOW! * Microsoft Windows 7 Family Pack co…
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Need I say More! The great thing is that both 32 & 64 bit are provided

£36 per PC, must be worth it, if you have 3 PC's in the house. DUMP VISTA NOW!

* 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
* UK English



£105.24 From Currys if you buy online using Quidco.

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#1
Looks like good value if you have 3 pcs to upgrade.
#2
usefull,voted hot.
#3
Do these come with 3 COAs? or can you only ut the COA on 1 PC?
#4
£105 a couple of weeks ago. This 3 PC pack is being discontinued by Microsoft. Claims to check for upgrade product, but in practice you can zap the hard disk and do a clean install. Contains both 64bit and 32bit installation media.
#5
Great deal for an awesome OS! Seriously if you don't have you should upgrade its great
#6
its only 1 COA that can be used on 3 PCs
#7
It comes with one licence to be used on 3 PC's as listed
So not too much of a problem if you have 3 PC's in your house.
#8
Note I dont think you can actually "upgrade" XP it has to be a clean install, which delete eveything off your disk.
#9
guilbert53
Note I dont think you can actually "upgrade" XP it has to be a clean install, which delete eveything off your disk.


As you say, it would be a Full wipe of your existing hard drive and instals, so could prove a little messy, but its possible.

Microsoft info as per link
http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windows/offers/windows-7-family-pack.aspx
#10
I'm pretty sure these "upgrade" license actually work from a clean install anyway. Since if you are upgrading from XP it will be a clean install anyway.
1 Like #11
DavieDeal
its only 1 COA that can be used on 3 PCs
tyke-eng
It comes with one licence to be used on 3 PC's as listedSo not too much of a problem if you have 3 PC's in your house.

Thats cool Thanks, I just wanted to know as I work away a lot and am reinstalling windows quite often on my PC for test purposes, so its handy to have the code stuck on the case.
#12
Chuckles1001
DavieDeal
its only 1 COA that can be used on 3 PCs

tyke-eng
It comes with one licence to be used on 3 PC's as listedSo not too much of a problem if you have 3 PC's in your house.


Thats cool Thanks, I just wanted to know as I work away a lot and am reinstalling windows quite often on my PC for test purposes, so its handy to have the code stuck on the case.


I do as well, but I just use an image now, to get it back to a clean install with all the correct drivers loaded without having to go on the windows update site, useful when you dont have an internet connection available. I use acronis from the boot disk, I never install it, works perfectly especially if you have a partitioned hard drive as the image can be stored on the 2nd partition. Saves me loads of hassle (_;)

Edited By: tyke-eng on Feb 07, 2011 16:09
#13
just for ref, ebuyer has it at the same price if you dont like amazon :-)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/175075

Edited By: tyke-eng on Feb 07, 2011 16:22
#14
tyke-eng
just for ref, ebuyer has it at the same price if you dont like amazon :-)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/175075


And, Currys also has it for 45p more, if you prefer Dixons Store Group oOhttp://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/microsoft-windows7-family-03731671-pdt.html?srcid=867&xtor=AL-89&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=mraxrrx&istBid=t

Edited By: melted on Feb 07, 2011 16:59
#15
I actually cant remember the last time I had a crash or BSOD, all the beta testing in vista has proved worth while it seems. Its like having MAC OSX except everything works with it :p Ubuntu FTW

BTW who wouldn't like Amazon?
#16
Guide here on "Clean Install Windows 7 with Upgrade Media" :-
http://www.winsupersite.com/article/win7/clean-install-windows-7-with-upgrade-media.aspx
#17
melted
tyke-eng
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And, Currys also has it for 45p more, if you prefer Dixons Store Group oO[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fmicrosoft-windows7-family-03731671-pdt.html%3Fsrcid%3D867%26xtor%3DAL-89%26istCompanyId%3Dbec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7%26istItemId%3Dmraxrrx%26istBid%3Dt] http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/microsoft-windows7-family-03731671-pdt.html?srcid=867&xtor=AL-89&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=mraxrrx&istBid=t[/url]


Potential for quidco at Dixons/Currys.
#18
src
Guide here on "Clean Install Windows 7 with Upgrade Media" :-

http://www.winsupersite.com/article/win7/clean-install-windows-7-with-upgrade-media.aspx


Good guide but not necessary with this product.

I've used the Family Pack to upgrade a Windows XP PC. Since the hard drive was getting long in the tooth I tried a clean install on a completely new hard drive and it worked like a standard Windows 7 Premium installation with no problems. So although the license is for an 'upgrade' it's not strictly necessary as a clean installation is possible.
#19
This is gonna get seriously hot.
#20
I have vista home premium. Is it really worth the hassle to change to windows 7? Does it use more processing ie slow the system down?
1 Like #21
GingerDi
I have vista home premium. Is it really worth the hassle to change to windows 7? Does it use more processing ie slow the system down?


I'd say it's definitely worth the hassle... esp if you've got 4GB of ram since you can install the 64bit version to make full use of the 4GB.

It's less naggy than Windows Vista as well (where User Access Control is a pain in the ***).
1 Like #22
GingerDi
I have vista home premium. Is it really worth the hassle to change to windows 7? Does it use more processing ie slow the system down?


It's less resource intensive than Vista and will run better on lower spec machines i.e. netbooks. Generally, everything is better when you're running Windows 7! Certainly worth £36.
#23
Can this be used to install 64-bit Windows 7 in place of an existing 32-bit Windows 7 installation? I presume not, but just wondering if anyone knows.
#24
If only this was for ultimate... and was half the price.

Sticking with vista I think till win 8.
#25
Samme
Can this be used to install 64-bit Windows 7 in place of an existing 32-bit Windows 7 installation? I presume not, but just wondering if anyone knows.
Microsoft have an upgrade advisor that you can run and it will tell you which version is required.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx
#26
Anyone know of a reasonable deal for 1 or 2 computers? Don't need 3!
#27
whats the difference between this and buying 3 copies of Windows 7 Home Premium full version? besides the cost difference of course..
if its an upgrade then surely its not legal to do a clean install without having an XP or Vista license? but it works from what ive been reading here.
i have a Windows 7 Home Premium (full version) but haven't install it as i need to upgrade my whole PC first, motherboard and everything.
#28
sarahlou1uk
Anyone know of a reasonable deal for 1 or 2 computers? Don't need 3!


Software4Students seems to still be the place to go for single licences.

Clicky Here for S4S
#29
vectis
Samme
Can this be used to install 64-bit Windows 7 in place of an existing 32-bit Windows 7 installation? I presume not, but just wondering if anyone knows.
Microsoft have an upgrade advisor that you can run and it will tell you which version is required.http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/get/upgrade-advisor.aspx

Dont think he is asking what you have answered. I think he meant can this install a 64bit version of Windows7 as an upgrade if you have Windows XP installed already (I.E. I think he knows his PC can have a 64bit OS installed)..... I would like to know this too :)
#30
i didn't think you could go straight from xp to win7
#31
Couldn't you just buy a single license and install it on 3 PCs?
suspended#32
Possibly a silly question but can anyone please clarify whether the 3 'users' have to be at the same address? Reason for asking, I would like 2 of the 3 licenses (PC & Mac bootcamp - Vista upgrades) and my friend who lives next door would like to use the 3rd to upgrade a PC from XP. Is this plausible? Cheers
#33
Dislike because its an upgrade, means you still have the barebone of vista on there. I prefer the good old clean install.
2 Likes #34
legitimate websites such as the pirate bay offers this for free, cold from me
#35
cibarious
sarahlou1uk
Anyone know of a reasonable deal for 1 or 2 computers? Don't need 3!


Software4Students seems to still be the place to go for single licences.

Clicky Here for S4S

Only if you are a student or have children. I am neither so cant use S4S
#36
you can get this for $110 as long as you have an address in the states.

I get it shipped to a friend in the states and he then emails me the Product-Key,
and the the Windows 7 DVD i just download from here:
http://msft-dnl.digitalrivercontent.net/msvista/pub/X15-65733/X15-65733.iso

Windows 7 Home Premium (3-User):
http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Windows-Premium-Upgrade-Family/dp/B002MV2MG0/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1297105005&sr=8-5
#37
Voted hot, but if you have a working copy of Vista, I personally wouldn't bother upgrading. Windows 8 due next year.

(written from a working Vista PC)
#38
MasterGoksu
legitimate websites such as the pirate bay offers this for free, cold from me

Sorry, legitimate? Are you serious?
#39
I dont want to buy 3 copys. can i buy 1 of some1 :) ..

Edited By: queue on Feb 07, 2011 19:16
#40
MasterGoksu
legitimate websites such as the pirate bay offers this for free, cold from me

So you vote this cold because you condone Piracy!!

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