Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Full Version (PC DVD) - Delivered - £168.02 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Windows 7 Ultimate is the most versatile and powerful edition of Windows 7. It combines remarkable ease-of-use with the entertainment features of Home Premium and the business capabilities of Professional, including the ability to run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode*. For added security, you can encrypt your data with BitLocker and BitLocker To Go. And for extra flexibility, you can work in any of 35 languages. Get it all with Windows 7 Ultimate.

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#2


Yes, however, PC World are conveniently out of stock, which means having to visit a store and forking over the in-store price of £189.95.
#3
Do you have nobody in primary or secondary education you could buy a copy for.
http://www.software4students.co.uk/
#4
Software for students is an UPGRADE only not full version
#5
Professional is £10 cheaper and the only difference I could see is that this comes with Bitlocker so not a great deal.
#6
EndlessWaves
Professional is £10 cheaper and the only difference I could see is that this comes with Bitlocker so not a great deal.


Professional lacks the following:

Aero glass remoting
Windows Media Player multimedia redirection
Audio recording over Terminal Services
Multi-display Terminal Services
Enterprise Search Scopes
Federated Search
AppLocker
BitLocker Drive Encryption
BranchCache Distributed Cache
DirectAccess
Subsystem for Unix-based Applications
Multilingual User Interface Pack
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Enhancements
Virtual Hard Disk Booting
#7
pogostick
Professional lacks the following:

Aero glass remoting
Windows Media Player multimedia redirection
Audio recording over Terminal Services
Multi-display Terminal Services
Enterprise Search Scopes
Federated Search
AppLocker
BitLocker Drive Encryption
BranchCache Distributed Cache
DirectAccess
Subsystem for Unix-based Applications
Multilingual User Interface Pack
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Enhancements
Virtual Hard Disk Booting


Hmmm £10 in my pocket or ultimate with the above very very usefull features?

Guess i'm off to the pub.
#8
flatlander;7972390
Software for students is an UPGRADE only not full version

If buying for a student is not a problem, then buying a full version of xp and then the upgrade from them still saves a big chunk of change.
#9
I got Windows 7 Ultimate full version for just £11.50 three months ago!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/519297/windows-7-ultimate-delegates-bag-11

What a great deal that was, 97 pages of comments!
#10
I was tempted to get this from ebay for £20, maybe ever so slightly dodgy but a saving of £148...
#11
pogostick
Professional lacks the following:

Aero glass remoting
Windows Media Player multimedia redirection
Audio recording over Terminal Services
Multi-display Terminal Services
Enterprise Search Scopes
Federated Search
AppLocker
BitLocker Drive Encryption
BranchCache Distributed Cache
DirectAccess
Subsystem for Unix-based Applications
Multilingual User Interface Pack
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Enhancements
Virtual Hard Disk Booting


And which of them is anyone buying a retail copy of ultimate likely to use? Bitlocker maybe but most of them are for big companies who'll be using volume licensing with Windows 7 enterprise anyway.
#12
the.beermonster
I was tempted to get this from ebay for £20, maybe ever so slightly dodgy but a saving of £148...


If you are going to buy the dodgy one why not just pirate it yourself instead of paying someone else £20 for the privilege. :roll:
#13
Chinny_racoon
If you are going to buy the dodgy one why not just pirate it yourself instead of paying someone else £20 for the privilege. :roll:


Pure laziness on my part, everything is out there for free, but involves my time and effort in downloading, I work in IT and for some things I'd rather other people go to the hassle of getting it for me in exchange for minimal funds....

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