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Windows 10 Professional 32-bit/64-bit English International £100.00 @ Amazon (Sold by UK Unique Supplier and Fulfilled by Amazon)

£100.00 @ Amazon
Just come across this, looks like a good deal for windows 10 pro on USB flash drive. Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Just come across this, looks like a good deal for windows 10 pro on USB flash drive.
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
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3 Likes #1
I think everyone else got it free.
3 Likes #2
who buys windows pro for £100? cold
1 Like #3
this is going to go very cold
3 Likes #4
Just waiting for the "It's only £1.56 on eBay" lot.
#5
Just cold
2 Likes #6
Graham1979
Just waiting for the "It's only £1.56 on eBay" lot.
well it is aha
7 Likes #7
"Windows 10 Professional" is my new favourite oxymoron.
#8
Tappers13
Graham1979
Just waiting for the "It's only £1.56 on eBay" lot.
well it is aha
Yeah but its against Microsoft's terms and conditions. But either way it's still a lot better than paying £100
2 Likes #9
Agharta
"Windows 10 Professional" is my new favourite oxymoron.
Ah, but what about Apple's current Macbook Pro or Mac Pro? A 'pro' laptop with no expandable memory, almost no connections, fixed batteries and similar nonsense. Or the 'toaster' Mac Pro: a 'pro' desktop with no internal expansion.

Apple's stuff sells like crazy though, so no wonder other companies thing that taking away features and dumbing down is the way to success.
3 Likes #10
You can still update any Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10 free at https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/accessibility/windows10upgrade btw.
#11
This deals smells like an iPhone deals:p
2 Likes #12
Agharta
"Windows 10 Professional" is my new favourite oxymoron.


ahhh yes, like "microsoft works" ...
2 Likes #13
JimBobJr
Tappers13
Graham1979
Just waiting for the "It's only £1.56 on eBay" lot.
well it is aha
Yeah but its against Microsoft's terms and conditions. But either way it's still a lot better than paying £100

Withdrawing £300 from the bank using my ATM card is great too.
Even better when it is someone elses.

Great price as long as it's a Legal copy. The fact it is on a USB stick rather than a retail box, says this is probably the same as those $2 options.
1 Like #14
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7
1 Like #15
xyhz123456
Great price as long as it's a Legal copy. The fact it is on a USB stick rather than a retail box, says this is probably the same as those $2 options.

Microsoft sells Windows 10 on USB officially so that won't be a telltale sign it's not a legit copy. The Microsoft one is a branded silver USB stick with a blue lid, so if this comes on something different, then you are probably right.
#16
DoctorDeals
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7
I much prefer W10. Besides which support for W7 will end quite soon.
1 Like #17
DoctorDeals
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7

I would agree with you, but then we would both be wrong :{
2 Likes #18
GDB2222
DoctorDeals
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7
I much prefer W10. Besides which support for W7 will end quite soon.

3 Years and 4 days to be exact, plenty long enough for most people. ;)
1 Like #19
Graham1979
Just waiting for the "It's only £1.56 on eBay" lot.
I know a bloke down the pub that is selling Windows 10 for 99p ... he said it is kosher.
1 Like #20
Felt like left out so here's my cold vote as well
1 Like #21
DoctorDeals
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7


That's fine if you don't want to play any games that use DirectX 12, as that is not supported on Win 7.
#22
Scottc123
DoctorDeals
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7
That's fine if you don't want to play any games that use DirectX 12, as that is not supported on Win 7.

Agreed, wanted DX12 for BF1 so I upgraded, I'm actually quite impressed with Windows 10. The Xbox play anywhere is a nice feature, I can finally play Gears of War on PC. Professionally I still use Windows 7 on my work PC though. It makes sense to upgrade if you're a gamer.

Edited By: MightyJayJnr on Jan 10, 2017 11:05
#23
roycom
GDB2222
DoctorDeals
windows 10 sucks. reverted back to 7
I much prefer W10. Besides which support for W7 will end quite soon.
3 Years and 4 days to be exact, plenty long enough for most people. ;)

My present computer is 9 years old, and still going strong.
#24
Bikertov
Graham1979
Just waiting for the "It's only £1.56 on eBay" lot.
I know a bloke down the pub that is selling Windows 10 for 99p ... he said it is kosher.
It's Jewish?
1 Like #25
£100 is a good price for a copy of Windows10 Pro that complies with M/S T&C.

And yes I am aware that there are many ways to get it much cheaper or as a free upgrade however, many alternative ways to get it free/cheap could be seen as exploits and some people don't want to or need to use technicalities to obtain this software (let’s be honest the free upgrade route expired and now MS offer it to people who use assistive tech, but do you really use that?(really?) And when you buy an OEM version from eBay with a broken motherboard are you really using that hardware or even getting it delivered? Do you get a COA sticker for your computer?)

For company's or people who missed the free upgrade window (excuse the pun) a genuine copy from Amazon could be just what they need…………I’d continue the rant but I just checked the seller on Amazon and well judge for yourself: -
UK Unique Supplier
• Feedback Rating:
5.0 stars over the past 12 months
5.0 stars over the past 12 months (4 ratings)

This may not be a genuine copy either!
#26
I ordered this yesterday and it was delivered this morning, I need a legitimate copy of Windows 10 and wanted the Pro Version, I had been waiting for this to come down to under £115 so took the plunge, as it was fulfilled by Amazon.

Here is a photo of the package, which arrived sealed.

http://i.imgur.com/dvpVgXM.jpg
#27
HUKD need to remove this deal because with just 4 feedback ratings it doesn't meet their criterior. I've had deals removed that have had hundreds of good feedback on Amazon.
#28
I have just contacted MS and have confirmed that my Product Key is legitimate and OK to use, it seems this seller is OK to deal with.

Edited By: Jones64 on Jan 10, 2017 19:46
#29
Jones64
I have just contacted MS and have confirmed that my Product Key is legitimate and OK to use, it seems this seller is OK to deal with.
For a £100 I would hope so. :)
#30
spannerzone
HUKD need to remove this deal because with just 4 feedback ratings it doesn't meet their criterior. I've had deals removed that have had hundreds of good feedback on Amazon.
I bet the op is wishing they would with -659 at the time of this post ;)
#31
djolltax
Agharta
"Windows 10 Professional" is my new favourite oxymoron.


ahhh yes, like "microsoft works" ...


And military intelligence!

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