Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium w/SP1 - Licence and media - 1 PC - OEM - DVD - 64-bit - English £71.87 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium with SP1 - Licence and media - 1 PC - OEM - DVD - 64-bit - English.
Excellent Price and includes SP1. 32Bit Version Also the same Price.
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#1
only £40 ish @ software4students, and lets face it most of us know someone that would qualify !

Edited By: nigelr on Mar 12, 2011 17:19: missed word
banned#2
Yes, Most- But not every one is as lucky as you.;)
#3
and before somebody says they are upgrade versions of Win 7 professional, but you can still install it from scratch (or clean install) without having XP etc installed.
#4
nigelr
and before somebody says they are upgrade versions of Win 7 professional, but you can still install it from scratch (or clean install) without having XP etc installed.

Im sure it says you need a licensed copy of xp on the hard drive you are upgrading with that student offer?

How do you get around it?
#5
chevychase
nigelr
and before somebody says they are upgrade versions of Win 7 professional, but you can still install it from scratch (or clean install) without having XP etc installed.


Im sure it says you need a licensed copy of xp on the hard drive you are upgrading with that student offer?

How do you get around it?

you just install it it doesnt say anything you can install them on blank drives
#6
after looking at the student thread i see it works as long as you do some workarounds as follows

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2009/10/27/clean-install-windows-7-with-upgrade-media-and-product-key-on-formatted-or-empty-blank-hard-drive/
#7
nigelr
only £40 ish @ software4students, and lets face it most of us know someone that would qualify !

If you are going down the Student software route, then THIS is probably a better bet, and as far as I know, doesn't add an extra £1.95 'transaction charge' (i.e. rip-off) to the total just before you pay.
#8
If you are going down the Student software route, then THIS is probably a better bet, and as far as I know, doesn't add an extra £1.95 'transaction charge' (i.e. rip-off) to the total just before you pay.[/quote]

I agree this looks ok @ £34.08 even with postage etc still cheaper
#9
I dont know how many people would be interested in this, but if you buy a Microsoft Technet Subscription you can download FULL version of MS software direct and get either 2 or 5 licenses per piece of software (if you buy the PRO version you get Enterprise licenses).

Spend £134 and get 2 licenses for ALL the versions of Windows 7 and also Office 2003,2007 and 2010. Spend £234 and get the 5 license version, and if you spend £402 you get the everything on DVD ( being a techie I use the £234 option and renew for £170 every year)

The licenses do not expire, but if you renew each year you can download the latest upgrades.

Please bear in mind that you cannot share these licenses with others ;-) and there are other limitations

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/subscriptions/buy.aspx

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#10
If you're going to use software specifically priced for students, when you're not a student, you may aswell just pirate it for free.
I mean would you use fraud to evade council tax because students get it for free?

Good deal for people that want to buy a great operating system honestly.

I get Windows 7 Enterprise for free from UNI. So that's on all of my PC's (except my laptop which came with win 7).
#11
mikegt3000
I dont know how many people would be interested in this, but if you buy a Microsoft Technet Subscription you can download FULL version of MS software direct and get either 2 or 5 licenses per piece of software (if you buy the PRO version you get Enterprise licenses).

Spend £134 and get 2 licenses for ALL the versions of Windows 7 and also Office 2003,2007 and 2010. Spend £234 and get the 5 license version, and if you spend £402 you get the everything on DVD ( being a techie I use the £234 option and renew for £170 every year)

The licenses do not expire, but if you renew each year you can download the latest upgrades.

Please bear in mind that you cannot share these licenses with others ;-) and there are other limitations


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/subscriptions/buy.aspx


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Do you need to renew every year to keep your licenses going?
#12
No, the Technet software does note expire... note that it's designed for software evaluation and testing and not giving out free copies to your mates or sell on ebay

Technet is a good deal for those that it applies to.

:D
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jacksonliam
If you're going to use software specifically priced for students, when you're not a student, you may aswell just pirate it for free.
I mean would you use fraud to evade council tax because students get it for free?

Good deal for people that want to buy a great operating system honestly.

I get Windows 7 Enterprise for free from UNI. So that's on all of my PC's (except my laptop which came with win 7).


Here we go again, The moral Police!

Every-time someone mentions buying from S4S some self-righteous person always has to lecture people on how unfair it is that someone who is not a student gets a good deal!

You get W7 for free but you object to someone else who my be harder up than yourself getting a copy at a special price from S4S even though they go out of their way to encourage people to buy it!

It seems you are happy for people to get a pirate copy but unhappy for people get a legal copy at a reduced price and FWIW buying a copy of W7 from S4S has nothing whatsoever to do with evading paying council tax.
#14
jacksonliam
I get Windows 7 Enterprise for free from UNI. So that's on all of my PC's (except my laptop which came with win 7).

So you get it for free at us tax payers expense, then when we "dare" legally buy something at a discounted price you advocate piracy where microsoft get nothing!

I thought only educated people qualified for university ? , clearly things have changed since i was at school...
#15
jacksonliam
If you're going to use software specifically priced for students, when you're not a student, you may aswell just pirate it for free.I mean would you use fraud to evade council tax because students get it for free?Good deal for people that want to buy a great operating system honestly.I get Windows 7 Enterprise for free from UNI. So that's on all of my PC's (except my laptop which came with win 7).

When you leave UNI does that mean you have to give up the license ?
#16
chevychase

So you get it for free at us tax payers expense, then when we "dare" legally buy something at a discounted price you advocate piracy where microsoft get nothing!

UNI isn't really 'At Tax Payers Expense'.
Also, Isnt getting software discounted for students when you're not a student kinda like paying for a pack of polo's but stealing three packs because you can't afford the multi-pack?

I'm Saying, If you're going to abuse a system to get something discounted, why not just get it for free?

Also trolling isn't really helping to emphasise your point.


dontasciime

When you leave UNI does that mean you have to give up the license ?

Probably, but windows 7 will be old by then as I plan to do postgraduate study too, So i'd have probably upgraded.
nilrem

Here we go again, The moral Police! .

I suppose, But I'm saying either buy it 100% legal, or just pirate it. What's the point of paying for something you still have to abuse a system to get?

Anyway - I think this is a good deal for people that actually do want to buy windows 7, a great operating system, 100% Legit.

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