Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32/64 Bit Upgrade Edition - £38.49 @ Software 4 Students - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest price to date as far as I am aware.

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Expected shipment date 10/09/2010.
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****Special Offer****

Compatibility: Vista/XP pre-installed


Format: Official DVD or Download
(Product Key on back of media
or emailed with download)


Installation:***Downloaded image files must be burned to a DVD.

Usage: Installation upgrade on 1 computer


Licensing Restriction:
Eligible customers allowed to buy ONE licence per Microsoft product for each eligible student
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banned#1
Cheapest price to date as far as I am aware.

Definately not. There's been cheaper ones posted on this site and countless posts for those around the £38 mark. Some for Ultimate too.
#2
This is a pre-order item.
Expected shipment date 10/09/2010


Very good!


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Remember to add the £1.95 'Transaction Charge', i.e. 'We've got you interested, now to add a bit extra for the hell of it charge'.

Edited By: spock1958 on Apr 27, 2011 19:00
banned#3
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-windows-7-professional-34-08-pugh/903514

here's a much cheaper one, still available too as far as I can see.
#4
its always this price on there
1 Like #5
howardino
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-windows-7-professional-34-08-pugh/903514

here's a much cheaper one, still available too as far as I can see.


It's actually a couple of quid more expensive when you add postage, which is mentioned in the description..........
#6
I'm sure most students get this for free through MSDN anyways. Newcastle Uni students certainly do. Ask your uni.
#7
I think I paid this for Windows 7 premium a while back

Voted hot
#9
Most students get this for free, but this is for kids of any age and parents of them
#10
SamuraisShadow
Most students get this for free, but this is for kids of any age and parents of them


I don't know about that. As far as I'm aware, the only students that can get this for free is those on IT related courses at a Higher Education institution (maybe Further Eduction too?).
3 Likes #11
markwigg
I'm sure most students get this for free through MSDN anyways. Newcastle Uni students certainly do. Ask your uni.


We're not all students.

SamuraisShadow
Most students get this for free, but this is for kids of any age and parents of them


Or kids or parents.

Some of us justwant Windows at a price that doesn't make us consider piracy.
2 Likes #12
This is an upgrade edition. If you want a clean install, install it but don't activate it and then re-install it over the top and that counts as an upgrade. It worked for me!
#13
This is the sites standard price, been like this for a long time
2 Likes #14
Hey it's the bi-weekly software for students deal!
from the people who brought you 'Orange San Fransisco' bi-daily deals.

:D
#15
doublecuffs
This is an upgrade edition. If you want a clean install, install it but don't activate it and then re-install it over the top and that counts as an upgrade. It worked for me!


Can this be installed over Windows XP Professional?
#16
wheres the comment about piracy
#17
Got this a few months ago now... took around 45 mins to download then burnt iso to dvd. booted from cd drive installed no probs. clean install aswell no upgrade.
#18
anybody kno how to install this on a new machine??
#19
MR.G.MAN
anybody kno how to install this on a new machine??

It's an upgrade so you need xp or Vista already installed.
#20
bigsky
MR.G.MAN
anybody kno how to install this on a new machine??

It's an upgrade so you need xp or Vista already installed.


No, I don't think so. Google it as links have been posted 10s of times for a simple and perfectly legal method of a workaround.
#21
You dont need a previous version even though it says upgrade. I bought the upgrade version about 12 months ago. I previously had vista.

I just formatted the old OS partition and installed the new OS in its place. I have since used the same version to format my pc on new HDD's/ partitions.

The cheapest version of this (other than free off of MSDN) was £35 from tescos a good while ago. No delivery. But thats irrelevant anyway.

Hot
#22
you can clean install from this.....I did.
no previous version needed...
#23
Here is how to install the upgrade as a clean version -:
http://www.winsupersite.com/article/win7/clean-install-windows-7-with-upgrade-media
#24
Fujioka
No, I don't think so. Google it as links have been posted 10s of times for a simple and perfectly legal method of a workaround.


Microsoft restricts volume licensing programs to operating system upgrade products. If you need the full system product, you will have to buy it commercially.

So, you will be in breach of your licence agreement with Microsoft - technically it is an illegal copy. Paying £38.49 for an unlicensed operating system is mad. If you want a dodgy copy of Windows 7 you can pick one up for free.
#25
bigsky

Microsoft restricts volume licensing programs to operating system upgrade products. If you need the full system product, you will have to buy it commercially.

So, you will be in breach of your licence agreement with Microsoft - technically it is an illegal copy. Paying £38.49 for an unlicensed operating system is mad. If you want a dodgy copy of Windows 7 you can pick one up for free.


There is a slight difference between a copy of W7 from S4S and your 'free' one from the net, whilst the S4S one will arrive with a legit MS key and will update; your dodgy 'freebie' will most likely arrive with some unwanted added extras that most people wish to avoid at all costs, also you will spend your time always trying to keep the keys working as inevitably the cracked ones soon get blocked!

I am pretty sure that MS would prefer people to at least pay something for a genuine copy than 'glean' a pirate one from the net!
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bigsky
Fujioka
No, I don't think so. Google it as links have been posted 10s of times for a simple and perfectly legal method of a workaround.


Microsoft restricts volume licensing programs to operating system upgrade products. If you need the full system product, you will have to buy it commercially.

So, you will be in breach of your licence agreement with Microsoft - technically it is an illegal copy. Paying £38.49 for an unlicensed operating system is mad. If you want a dodgy copy of Windows 7 you can pick one up for free.


A license to which TWO or more parties have not identifiably and provably agreed to is not binding and does not have the force of law. Just because someone clicks the mouse doesn't mean there is a contract.

If you buy a legal copy of some software, you can do what you want with it. They can call it a license if they want to, but it is really a sale. A contract can only be entered into by two properly identified, qualified people. Since an eight-year-old kid can buy and install Windows 7 on any computer he/she wishes, there cannot be a legally binding contract ever.


Edited By: mikeleeds on Apr 28, 2011 17:07
#27
if you're not a student, where's the best deal for windows 7 ultimate upgrade
#28
Anyone know if I can upgrade my netbook which currently has Windows 7 starter?

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