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Windows 7 Home Premium (N) Upgrade FAMILY PACK - £119.99 @ Amazon

£119.99 @ Amazon
This is the Family Pack Edition for Windows 7 Home Premium (N) Upgrade. This should include three licenses for £119.99. Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
This is the Family Pack Edition for Windows 7 Home Premium (N) Upgrade.

This should include three licenses for £119.99.
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#1
Would each license require an individual copy of xp or vista though?
#2
Yes as it's an upgrade, and it checks to see if your original xp or vista is genuine, if it isn't then it won't install

The N version does not come with Media player.

It can also be fooled to do a full new install if you know how
#3
karenhornby;6529491
It can also be fooled to do a full new install if you know how

Sounds easier than doing the keygen thing on XP :whistling::-D
#4
I thought they wasnt releasing N versions now?
#5
"N editions

Instead of the "E" versions for Europe, Microsoft has still gone ahead and released versions called "N" ("Not with Media Player"), which ship without Windows Media Player on them in the European market, but only for the retail editions; Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate.[21] This follows what they had to do for later releases of the XP and Vista operating systems before them, following demands from the European Commission previously concerning anti-competitive or anti-trust issues."

No big deal plenty of good free media players available like VLC [URL="www.videolan.org/vlc/"]www.videolan.org/vlc/[/URL]
#6
karenhornby

It can also be fooled to do a full new install if you know how


I'm hoping it'll be the same as the Vista 'fresh' install? ;-)

http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/winvista_upgrade_clean.asp
#7
Not sure, I have the full RC version, (not upgrade) that allows me to either upgrade or do a fresh full install
#8
UKseagull
I'm hoping it'll be the same as the Vista 'fresh' install? ;-)

http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/winvista_upgrade_clean.asp


thanks for that -whilst I don't have 7, can't afford it at this price, this could potentially help others ;)

Guess it needs some trialling by users before we'll know how to do a fully legal :whistling:and workable upgrade etc.
#9
Is there a family pack for Vista Ultimate to W7?
#10
This is far too expensive for a W7 upgrade. You better wait until the offer for around £30 for a full retail version comes back (it will be after release).

BTW, did you know that Microsoft is now giving away a "Virtual Version of Windows XP for Windows 7" to intice people to change from XP to W7? This is because no serious user wants it. Certainly, most corporate customers still using XP and won't change to Vista or W7 because it does not really give anyone any advantage. But of course, it's up to you to decide where to spend your money.
#11
pet2000;6530928
This is far too expensive for a W7 upgrade. You better wait until the offer for around £30 for a full retail version comes back (it will be after release).


Maybe if they start getting desperate to sell copies, but I think they're trying to get the initial hype to drive sales on to sell at a stupid exorbitant price - as is usual with M$. But now even pre-order for the Home Premium OEM version is at £80 - and OEM versions will be the cheapest around as they have the least support from M$. Remember this is 3 licenses! Effectively £40 per upgrade. This is probably the best anyone will get now after the Tesco £45 offer.

pet2000;6530928
BTW, did you know that Microsoft is now giving away a "Virtual Version of Windows XP for Windows 7" to intice people to change from XP to W7? This is because no serious user wants it. Certainly, most corporate customers still using XP and won't change to Vista or W7 because it does not really give anyone any advantage. But of course, it's up to you to decide where to spend your money.

If we all thought like that we'd all be running a good Linux distribution like Ubuntu.
#12
Nah,We'd have an abacus nailed to our solar powered calculators.
#13
pet2000
This is far too expensive for a W7 upgrade. You better wait until the offer for around £30 for a full retail version comes back (it will be after release).

BTW, did you know that Microsoft is now giving away a "Virtual Version of Windows XP for Windows 7" to intice people to change from XP to W7? This is because no serious user wants it. Certainly, most corporate customers still using XP and won't change to Vista or W7 because it does not really give anyone any advantage. But of course, it's up to you to decide where to spend your money.


Doubt it will drop in price at all. Nobody wanted Vista and the price never fell that low, either. As for virtual XP, this was an announced feature for Pro and Ultimate only. If you have Home Premium, it won't work.
#14
spraint
Doubt it will drop in price at all. Nobody wanted Vista and the price never fell that low, either. As for virtual XP, this was an announced feature for Pro and Ultimate only. If you have Home Premium, it won't work.


It also won't work if your processor doesn't support virtualisation, and that's more than half of all processors on the market.
Not even the newest dual/quad core ones are guaranteed to do it, you have to look at the specs for the exact processor you have/thinking of buying to see if its supported.
#15
Why would anyone pay £120 for this?

You'd be better off putting the £120 towards a new PC with it pre-installed. A base model Dell is £299 delivered:

http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?b=&c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&kc=HDP1&l=en&m_30=111787&oc=D004611&rbc=D004611&s=dhs

This has a Windows 7 upgrade offer so you're effectively getting the PC for £170.:thumbsup:
#16
cheapskate58;6534995
Why would anyone pay £120 for this?

Yawn - this is 3 licenses.
#17
anewman
Yawn - this is 3 licenses.


Yeah... and ...yawn:p

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