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Windows 10 Home OEM 64 Bit @ Gamesdeal - £9.59

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Use code Win10. Enjoy the return of the start menu and the Aero Glass surface, which many users have been missing in Win8 The new, integrated web browser "Project Spartan" that replaces the Inte… Read More
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Use code Win10.

Enjoy the return of the start menu and the Aero Glass surface, which many users have been missing in Win8

The new, integrated web browser "Project Spartan" that replaces the Internet Explorer, makes surfing and researching in the World Wide Web easier and more comfortable than ever before

New apps facilitate many established functions, ranging from photo management to games, maps and much more - universally on your PC, tablet or mobile phone

The new assistant Cortana offers cross-device voice command, as simple and comprehensive as never before

Automatic updates: Windows 10 will always keep up to date, thus ensuring a maximum of security

Xbox on Windows links Gaming from the Xbox console and the PC: enjoy cross-platform gaming and easier online play, and always keep in contact with your friends

The Windows 10 Store gives you access to thousands of apps: Music, gaming, videos, Office, and much more

... and many other functions!
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You can still upgrade for free through this page on the Microsoft site:
Windows 10 free upgrade for customers who use assistive technologies

I did it a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly.

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#1
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.
3 Likes #2
aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.

I've never had problems with Windows 10. Maybe try reinstalling it?
#3
aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.


clean install? if not recommend doing that with latest drivers. got the same issue with my gf's laptop and clean install fixed the problem.
#4
are these keys genuine? Will they stop working?


aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.
I thought the free upgrade finished?
1 Like #5
Bigspin
aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.


clean install? if not recommend doing that with latest drivers. got the same issue with my gf's laptop and clean install fixed the problem.


Clean installation all the time. Crashes usually during different programming software installations/ updates, never had same issue with Windows 7.
1 Like #6
These are counterfeit keys from Hong Kong!
#7
Do you actual get a physical licence on paper
#8
COUPONKEV
These are counterfeit keys from Hong Kong!
Never heard of a counterfeit key, maybe you mean a copy of a key?
3 Likes #9
Counterfeit keys are produced using a key generator or taken from a volume license. They should not be promoted here.
1 Like #11
If this is counterfeit its expensive, eBay has lots of sellers doing dodgy keys for under a fiver.
#12
argh just want a windows 10 proper transferable license for cheap. I use the win 7 license off binned pc's for vm machines still and you can still upgrade to Windows 10 at the moment
#13
mehmeh
If anyone needs install discs to go with their totally 100% completely legit key then I have a very limited supply of the magic beans Microsoft use to grow their DVD trees. You could have x86 discs as soon as April but generally I advise give them an extra few weeks to rippen into x64. You won't regret it :3
Or just create a bootable "disc" on a USB stick (over 4GB) using another device thats running Windows 10.
#14
No way in hell this is legal.. Even re-sellers like HP and Dell pay more than this per license... 99% sure this will be a volume license key that somebody is illegally selling copies of.
If you're using an illegal key, may as well search the internet and do it for free.
6 Likes #15
You can still upgrade for free through this page on the Microsoft site:
Windows 10 free upgrade for customers who use assistive technologies

I did it a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly.
#16
Don't go for this, and definitely don't go for ebay keys, they are mostly development ones that run out after 9 months, by which time the seller has changed their name.

Windows 10 still available for free for those that require assisted tools
#17
S t e v e
You can still upgrade for free through this page on the Microsoft site:Windows 10 free upgrade for customers who use assistive technologies
I did it a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly.

He speaketh the truth.

The only reason to pay for W10 is for a Pro license, which most don't even need.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Jan 24, 2017 15:08
#18
do these keys work with windows 10 iso file download
1 Like #19
Or just use Linux a lot cheaper.

Ducks and waits for something to be thrown :)
#20
percy12
do these keys work with windows 10 iso file download

Yes they do. Make sure if you get a Pro key, install Windows 10 Pro etc.


leeparsons
are these keys genuine? Will they stop working?
aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.
I thought the free upgrade finished?

They won't stop working once you've activated it on your PC, but don't expect the same key to work again when you come to reinstall. It will probably of been resold to max out all of its uses.

If its the types of keys I'm thinking of, you can get them for around £3 on ebay. They are not legitimate, and I would suspect these arn't either. Microsoft sell these for a lot more than a tenner, and websites always sell for a profit. ;)


Edited By: Burnz0 on Jan 24, 2017 15:20
#21
S t e v e
You can still upgrade for free through this page on the Microsoft site:Windows 10 free upgrade for customers who use assistive technologies
I did it a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly.
Bet you also park in disabled and parent and baby spots even though you might be none of those :(
3 Likes #22
basic OS and internet explorer should be free. paying for Windows home which is effectively a fairly basic OS is crazy. they really need to amend their business model on the OS. Pro and Enterprise Linda works as the OS does have many features that are essential for example remote desktoping, bitlocker, network features. but they really should offer the basics OS without cortana and other crap, a vanilla version for free and offer buyable modules so people can buy as addons. so we end with a OS that's cost effective as well as efficient and that will probably stop all the piracy.
#23
aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.

I have had lots of issues with Windows 10 which I though each big update was messing up my computer further. Turned out after not being able to do a restore, repair etc recently that it was my SSD which was acting up. I isntalled a new SSD and installed a backup of the system to it and things have been find so far.

The old SSD was over 4 years old. May not be the same issue for you but keep it in mind if you have continued issues.

Edited By: thetarget on Jan 24, 2017 15:32
#24
thetarget
aaqeel
Good price. Heat added.
I must say Windows 7 is much stable. After upgrading to Windows 10, it is crashed twice in last week.
I have had lots of issues with Windows 10 which I though each big update was messing up my computer further. Turned out after not being able to do a restore, repair etc recently that it was my SSD which was acting up. I isntalled a new SSD and installed a backup of the system to it and things have been find so far.

Try a clean install. My brother had a similar thing and I think it was because he upgraded from 7 to 10 and all his problems transferred. Literally EVERY PC I've installed Win 10 Pro on has worked like a charm. I'm talking 20-30 installs over 2016.

The anniversary update messed up a couple of things, but I just updated all the drivers/clean installed the affected hardware and its all good now. The version I use is Windows 10 Pro because it needs a Domain, but I cannot fault it. If you're having problems, change hardware or just check if you're doing anything wrong. I roll it out on USB, so I back that method 100%.


Edited By: Burnz0 on Jan 25, 2017 09:25: Added the word "a" in front of Domain
1 Like #25
I got free upgrade to windows 10 last week through assistive technology website.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/accessibility/windows10upgrade
#26
cold - illegal
#27
powerbrick
S t e v e
You can still upgrade for free through this page on the Microsoft site:Windows 10 free upgrade for customers who use assistive technologies
I did it a few weeks ago and it worked perfectly.
Bet you also park in disabled and parent and baby spots even though you might be none of those :(

Nothing wrong with that.....make them walk.....do them good.
#28
Burnz0

They won't stop working once you've activated it on your PC

They definitely can revoke your licence as part of updates. They can either revoke it fully or stop you getting updates.
Not uncommon, especially for VLKs - although only if someone reports and keeps track of the number of users on their VLK.
#29
Blah blah blah - another post for pirated software on an apparently legitimate website.
Buy at your own risk - but please, just pirate it yourself, don't pay someone to do it for you.
1 Like #30
Pretty sick of seeing obvious illegal sites selling windows software advertised on Hukd.

Shoddy way to administer a site. When closed down by the Fbi you'll look back and wonder why
1 Like #31
Why haven't the Mods banned this? Poor form.
1 Like #32
wong_go_wild
basic OS and internet explorer should be free. paying for Windows home which is effectively a fairly basic OS is crazy. they really need to amend their business model on the OS. Pro and Enterprise Linda works as the OS does have many features that are essential for example remote desktoping, bitlocker, network features. but they really should offer the basics OS without cortana and other crap, a vanilla version for free and offer buyable modules so people can buy as addons. so we end with a OS that's cost effective as well as efficient and that will probably stop all the piracy.

Great argument, let's not reward all those talented programmers, project managers, etc for their hard work.

Tell you what, you try writing an OS that interacts with millions of software packages and millions of pieces of hardware and test all of that too, then come back when you realise you get all of that for less than 20 pints!
#33
tehwabbit
Burnz0

They won't stop working once you've activated it on your PC
They definitely can revoke your licence as part of updates. They can either revoke it fully or stop you getting updates.
Not uncommon, especially for VLKs - although only if someone reports and keeps track of the number of users on their VLK.

There is so much piracy going on, I honestly don't think can monitor it. I know SO MANY people that have used these, some have even used pirated versions of 7, and upgraded to legitimate versions of 10.

I don't have to worry about it, even if deactivation is possible. I've never pirated Windows myself because I can get legit keys through work. I've never heard of a single case of this though, I even tried Googling it just now. Call it scandalous, criminal, cheap or whatever, but one thing I wouldn't be worried about is it deactivating after its been redeemed. Personally.

Edited By: Burnz0 on Jan 24, 2017 16:04
1 Like #34
furiousjammin
mehmeh
If anyone needs install discs to go with their totally 100% completely legit key then I have a very limited supply of the magic beans Microsoft use to grow their DVD trees. You could have x86 discs as soon as April but generally I advise give them an extra few weeks to rippen into x64. You won't regret it :3
Or just create a bootable "disc" on a USB stick (over 4GB) using another device thats running Windows 10.
https://i.imgflip.com/od2o7.jpg
1 Like #35
I have yet to shake the hand of a truly completely honest person.........and no don't kid yourself......your not ;)
#36
Northerndave
wong_go_wild
basic OS and internet explorer should be free. paying for Windows home which is effectively a fairly basic OS is crazy. they really need to amend their business model on the OS. Pro and Enterprise Linda works as the OS does have many features that are essential for example remote desktoping, bitlocker, network features. but they really should offer the basics OS without cortana and other crap, a vanilla version for free and offer buyable modules so people can buy as addons. so we end with a OS that's cost effective as well as efficient and that will probably stop all the piracy.
Great argument, let's not reward all those talented programmers, project managers, etc for their hard work.
Tell you what, you try writing an OS that interacts with millions of software packages and millions of pieces of hardware and test all of that too, then come back when you realise you get all of that for less than 20 pints!

20 pints for £9.59 - you really need to post that as a deal.... think of the heat (_;)
#37
First_Wizball
Or just use Linux a lot cheaper.
Ducks and waits for something to be thrown :)
Or a Linux that looks seems a bit like Windows with Zorin... https://zorinos.com/download/#core
1 Like #38
Windows 7 > Windows 10
2 Likes #39
DoctorDeals
Windows 7 > Windows 10

You hipster.

Sooner or later you'll need to update. W7 is less secure, has a larger memory overhead, is less optimised, has no future.

No quite sure what your argument is.
#40
If you are going to use pirated windows, I don't understand why you'd pay for it.

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