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Windows 10 Pro (OEM Global Key) - £13.96 @ SCDKey

£13.96 @ scdkey
Seems like a pretty good price if you've just built a new PC and can't use the upgrade paths. Was recently well received on here at £19 Description from site: With Windows 10 Pro, you've got a g…
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Seems like a pretty good price if you've just built a new PC and can't use the upgrade paths. Was recently well received on here at £19

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With Windows 10 Pro, you've got a great business partner. It has all the features of Windows 10 Home, plus important business functionality for encryption, remote log-in, creating virtual machines, and more. Get fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done, plus innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action and Cortana, the more personal digital assistant.
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I love these posts, you get them every few weeks. The keys will work for a short time but they are legally grey, and anyone with half a braincell knows an item that should be over £100 would not be sold for £14 unless its fake or knocked off.

One thing springs to mind.....
https://cdn.meme.am/instances/250x250/38931004.jpg

Look at the seller :-
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Ask yourself, is this really the sort of company you want to throw money at? Do you feel lucky punk?

Regards
Flea


Edited By: Fleabum on Oct 31, 2016 15:23
72 Likes
m5rcc

What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't?

Multiple virtual desktops
Cortana
Stream Xbox one games
It's faster
It's more secure
It has a better web browser
It will be supported by Microsoft for longer
It works better with a touch interface
It supports Direct X 12
It integrates with your Microsoft account
Free OneDrive storage

..... Shall I go on?
31 Likes
Oh yeah, totally legit :{ ..... it might well work but am very doubtful it's legit and adheres to Microsoft's licence agreement*. Before you all get angry and tell me that MS are zillionaires and Bill Gates has more money than God** please note that I don't actually care if you choose to buy this or not, just putting out my own thoughts on the legitamacy of these keys.

*You are entitled to not care about MS licence agreements and terms, I don't.
**or your deity or other fictional sky fairy of choice




Edited By: spannerzone on Oct 31, 2016 10:34
25 Likes
mancityfan95
BritishDragon
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download
If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do
​Why not if you have win7 ?

Some people consider Win7 to be superior to Win10. Not least because Microsoft scrape a massive amount of personal data, as well as personal usage information, in Windows 10 in addition to forcing you to accept updates and using your machine to distribute updates to other computers. They also are steering people heavily towards their walled-garden store. So basically it's slicker, but hugely anti-consumer more than ever.. even for Microsoft.

You can turn a lot of this off, but most people won't even know it's happening.
23 Likes
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download


If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do

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7 Likes #1
I bought an OEM key from Amazon for Windows 7 a few years ago for about the same price which enabled me to upgrade to W10 for free and I haven't had any hassle with it at all, so heat for this from me at least.
4 Likes #2
As long as it's an OEM key and not a MSDN key it should be fine. Good find.
4 Likes #3
Windows 10 home costs around £85 and pro version somewhere in the region of £150. I've never heard SCDkey before and after doing numerous hours of research I would be very wary over buying a copy of windows 10 that is not verifiably legit
13 Likes #4
So - software that is £80 OEM and £150 Retail is available legitimately for £14 from some dodgy website?
Come on people, wake up. If you don't want to pay for your software then go pirate it yourself. Don't pay someone else to supply you with unlicensed software.
2 Likes #5
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
Windows 10 home costs around £85 and pro version somewhere in the region of £150. I've never heard SCDkey before and after doing numerous hours of research I would be very wary over buying a copy of windows 10 that is not verifiably legit

Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.

They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.
#6
willyvwade
Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.
They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.
I've read enough reports about windows keys being revoked after several months to be wary. Possibly people selling volume licenses? Would these keys fall into that bracket? Also, does M$ still restrict OEM keys to a single PC? (ie you can't swap out motherboard with a OEM key as it's regarded as a new system by M$)?
2 Likes #7
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
willyvwade
Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.
They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.
I've read enough reports about windows keys being revoked after several months to be wary. Possibly people selling volume licenses? Would these keys fall into that bracket? Also, does M$ still restrict OEM keys to a single PC? (ie you can't swap out motherboard with a OEM key as it's regarded as a new system by M$)?

ALL Windows 10 keys are now restricted to the motherboard they're first used on. This way if you reformat you just need to reload Windows and not have to use a key again.
31 Likes #8
Oh yeah, totally legit :{ ..... it might well work but am very doubtful it's legit and adheres to Microsoft's licence agreement*. Before you all get angry and tell me that MS are zillionaires and Bill Gates has more money than God** please note that I don't actually care if you choose to buy this or not, just putting out my own thoughts on the legitamacy of these keys.

*You are entitled to not care about MS licence agreements and terms, I don't.
**or your deity or other fictional sky fairy of choice




Edited By: spannerzone on Oct 31, 2016 10:34
9 Likes #9
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:

Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download
3 Likes #10
willyvwade
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
Windows 10 home costs around £85 and pro version somewhere in the region of £150. I've never heard SCDkey before and after doing numerous hours of research I would be very wary over buying a copy of windows 10 that is not verifiably legit
Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.
They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.

They're not always legit though. I bought one a while back in one of the previous deals from here. It was a VLK and not OEM.
You can check via: http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/49586-windows-license-type-determine-if-oem-retail-volume.html

You can only do this once you have the actual key though. Just because they say it's OEM doesn't mean it is.
#11
I have bought an oem key, even upgraded
my motherboard and contacted ms, who once I verified my cd key switches the license over to the new board
23 Likes #12
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download


If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do
1 Like #13
nomnomnomnom
willyvwade
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
Windows 10 home costs around £85 and pro version somewhere in the region of £150. I've never heard SCDkey before and after doing numerous hours of research I would be very wary over buying a copy of windows 10 that is not verifiably legit
Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.
They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.
They're not always legit though. I bought one a while back in one of the previous deals from here. It was a VLK and not OEM.
You can check via: http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/49586-windows-license-type-determine-if-oem-retail-volume.html
You can only do this once you have the actual key though. Just because they say it's OEM doesn't mean it is.

Obviously, but I guess I'm of the 'Take the retailers word till I have reason to suspect otherwise' school. Perhaps a bit naive.
1 Like #14
pbyron1
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
willyvwade
Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.
They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.
I've read enough reports about windows keys being revoked after several months to be wary. Possibly people selling volume licenses? Would these keys fall into that bracket? Also, does M$ still restrict OEM keys to a single PC? (ie you can't swap out motherboard with a OEM key as it's regarded as a new system by M$)?
ALL Windows 10 keys are now restricted to the motherboard they're first used on. This way if you reformat you just need to reload Windows and not have to use a key again.
Do you have a link to a source on that?
#15
BritishDragon
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download


If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do


​Why not if you have win7 ?
25 Likes #16
mancityfan95
BritishDragon
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download
If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do
​Why not if you have win7 ?

Some people consider Win7 to be superior to Win10. Not least because Microsoft scrape a massive amount of personal data, as well as personal usage information, in Windows 10 in addition to forcing you to accept updates and using your machine to distribute updates to other computers. They also are steering people heavily towards their walled-garden store. So basically it's slicker, but hugely anti-consumer more than ever.. even for Microsoft.

You can turn a lot of this off, but most people won't even know it's happening.
5 Likes #17
mancityfan95
BritishDragon
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download
If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do
​Why not if you have win7 ?

Luddite mentality X)
11 Likes #18
mancityfan95
BritishDragon
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download
If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do
​Why not if you have win7 ?

Cos Windows 7 is better. No need to upgrade.
5 Likes #19
Windows 10 is now tied to your user account (digital licence) so it doesn't matter if you change your motherboard or anything. As long as you log in with the user account that you first registered it with you can install it again with a licence key..as long as you sign in with your user account.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/12440/windows-10-activation
#20
BritishDragon
noiren
Remember that you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from 7/8 if you download the updater manually here:Windows 10 Ugrade/ISO download


If you've Win 7....Don't
If you've Win 8....Do


​why? genuinely want to know.
5 Likes #21
m5rcc
Cos Windows 7 is better. No need to upgrade.

How exactly is it better?

Spoilers! It's not better.
1 Like #22
Joshimitsu91
m5rcc
Cos Windows 7 is better. No need to upgrade.
How exactly is it better?
Spoilers! It's not better.

What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't? Windows 7 is a perfectly competent OS, so much so that many businesses have refused to upgrade to 10, let alone 8 when it was around...
1 Like #23
Just two weeks ago did a full clean wipe and reinstall of Win10 home on someone's laptop which originally came with Win8. I didn't have to activate it, all I had to do was click the "I don't have a product key" during the install, and it activated itself once it completed the installation. I was a little surprised but pleased.
1 Like #24
Note: This can't be used to upgrade from Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro, you would have to do a clean install.
#25
willyvwade

Those prices are for retail copies, these are OEM copies.
They've been approved and posted a couple of times, seem legit.

Approved in the way that HUKD gets paid for each sale, lets post a "offer" to a Reddit seller who has a ton of positive feedback + cheaper and see how long that topic lasts.
72 Likes #26
m5rcc

What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't?

Multiple virtual desktops
Cortana
Stream Xbox one games
It's faster
It's more secure
It has a better web browser
It will be supported by Microsoft for longer
It works better with a touch interface
It supports Direct X 12
It integrates with your Microsoft account
Free OneDrive storage

..... Shall I go on?
1 Like #27
m5rcc
What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't? Windows 7 is a perfectly competent OS, so much so that many businesses have refused to upgrade to 10, let alone 8 when it was around...

Maffew has very kindly answered this for me:

Maffew

Multiple virtual desktops
Cortana
Stream Xbox one games
It's faster
It's more secure
It has a better web browser
It will be supported by Microsoft for longer
It works better with a touch interface
It supports Direct X 12
It integrates with your Microsoft account
Free OneDrive storage
..... Shall I go on?

If "businesses have refused to upgrade to 10" it is overwhelmingly likely that they either need to stay on 7 as they are running legacy software, or they haven't upgraded because they don't yet need (they don't get a free upgrade like home users, I expect).
5 Likes #28
Joshimitsu91
If "businesses have refused to upgrade to 10" it is overwhelmingly likely that they either need to stay on 7 as they are running legacy software, or they haven't upgraded because they don't yet need (they don't get a free upgrade like home users, I expect).

Wrong. It's because Windows 10 doesn't offer them a valid reason to upgrade at a substantial cost.
3 Likes #29
m5rcc
Wrong. It's because Windows 10 doesn't offer them a valid reason to upgrade at a substantial cost.

You say "wrong" but you are just saying the exact same thing I said!? Good to know you don't even read comments before replying to them!
#30
Joshimitsu91
m5rcc
Wrong. It's because Windows 10 doesn't offer them a valid reason to upgrade at a substantial cost.
You say "wrong" but you are just saying the exact same thing I said!? Good to know you don't even read comments before replying to them!

Not really. You mentioned either legacy reasons or because " they don't yet need".
#31
amygreen79677
Windows 10 is now tied to your user account (digital licence) so it doesn't matter if you change your motherboard or anything. As long as you log in with the user account that you first registered it with you can install it again with a licence key..as long as you sign in with your user account.https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/12440/windows-10-activation


I don't think it is linked to your Windows Live user account, I reinstalled a PC and logged on as a local user and it activated just fine.
Seems like MS check for the PC/motherboard info and then re-activate the "Digital Entitlement" irrespective of the logged on/active user
2 Likes #32
m5rcc
Maffew
m5rcc

What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't?
Multiple virtual desktops
Cortana
Stream Xbox one games
It's faster
It's more secure
It has a better web browser
It will be supported by Microsoft for longer
It works better with a touch interface
It supports Direct X 12
It integrates with your Microsoft account
Free OneDrive storage
..... Shall I go on?

Oh dear...

- Windows has actually had API support for virtual desktops since Windows NT 4 and Windows 7 has it built-in. There was just no user interface around it.
- Cortana is not a benefit but a hindrance.
- Stream XBox One games? Are you 12?
- The performance difference is truly negligible
- Better web broswer? Sane people use Chrome.
- I don't care if it's not supported. It doesn't need to be.
- I don't want a touch interface.
- I don't want MS account integration.
- OneDrive is already free.

The biggest problem with it is that Microsoft wants you to sign in with a Microsoft account and if you choose not to you lose some features. Features that shouldn't need to be linked to any online account.

And if it's so good (and free), why is it still behind Windows 7 in usage share?

Try harder please!


​sorry.. but it's you that has lost the "what have the Romans ever done for us" argument.
6 Likes #33
m5rcc
Maffew
m5rcc

What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't?
Multiple virtual desktops
Cortana
Stream Xbox one games
It's faster
It's more secure
It has a better web browser
It will be supported by Microsoft for longer
It works better with a touch interface
It supports Direct X 12
It integrates with your Microsoft account
Free OneDrive storage
..... Shall I go on?
Oh dear...
- Windows has actually had API support for virtual desktops since Windows NT 4 and Windows 7 has it built-in. There was just no user interface around it.
- Cortana is not a benefit but a hindrance.
- Stream XBox One games? Are you 12?
- The performance difference is truly negligible
- Better web broswer? Sane people use Chrome.
- I don't care if it's not supported. It doesn't need to be.
- I don't want a touch interface.
- I don't want MS account integration.
- OneDrive is already free.
The biggest problem with it is that Microsoft wants you to sign in with a Microsoft account and if you choose not to you lose some features. Features that shouldn't need to be linked to any online account.
And if it's so good (and free), why is it still behind Windows 7 in usage share?
Try harder please!

Just because you have decided that you don't want the features doesn't make it better.
My nokia 3210 made phone calls and sent texts, does that make it a better phone than an iPhone 7 because I'm not likely to use apps?
A large percentage of the oil and gas industry is still running on Windows XP because of the associated costs of upgrading the API to work with future versions of Windows. Does that mean that XP is better than Windows 7?
Your arguments have no note whatsoever.
#34
camelopardis
​sorry.. but it's you that has lost the "what have the Romans ever done for us" argument.

Are you suffering from lead poisoning?
15 Likes #35
Maffew
Your arguments have no note whatsoever.

Says the person who states Microsoft Edge as a "better web browser" X)
4 Likes #36
There's no doubt windows 7 is an excellent os. I'm sure windows 10 is too and 8 too. my personal preference is 7. In my view 8/10 are suited to touch screens and tablets but not old school power users/admins/techy types/programmers since the crappie interface just gets in the way. mind you I felt the same when I originally went from windows 3.1 to win 95 and so on, eventually well get over it and loathe the next new thing they force upon us
4 Likes #37
m5rcc
Maffew
Your arguments have no note whatsoever.
Says the person who states Microsoft Edge as a "better web browser" X)
You think that Internet Explorer is better than Edge?!
2 Likes #38
Maffew
m5rcc
Maffew
Your arguments have no note whatsoever.
Says the person who states Microsoft Edge as a "better web browser" X)
You think that Internet Explorer is better than Edge?!

No I know Chrome is better than Edge. Only 3% of global desktop users use Edge.
3 Likes #39
m5rcc
What can Windows 10 do that Windows 7 can't?
Direct X 12
2 Likes #40
Maffew
Note: This can't be used to upgrade from Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro, you would have to do a clean install.
Yes you can:

Upgrade Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro

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