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***Microsoft Professional E Windows 7 - £89.99 *** @ PC World + Quidco
***Microsoft Professional E Windows 7 - £89.99 *** @ PC World + Quidco

***Microsoft Professional E Windows 7 - £89.99 *** @ PC World + Quidco

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Windows 7 Professional £89.99 RRP £219.99. Offer will end August 9 2009 or while stocks last. PC World will only charge your card on despatch of the item.
Improved desktop navigation
Faster & easier to launch documents
Watch, pause, rewind & record TV
Create a home network to your printer
Run many Windows XP productivity apps

10 Comments

Original Poster Banned

Spend another £10.01 an get a £10 off!

I believe someone just a little earlier posted it for £49.99 at pcworld?

That was then, this is now.

PraxxtorCruel;5811554

I believe someone just a little earlier posted it for £49.99 at pcworld?



This is the PRO version tho.

swillis167;5811593

This is the PRO version tho.



Oh okay, and at op I've yet to vote.

v2drinkers;5811657

Voted cold - As the OP should check before they state its not available … Voted cold - As the OP should check before they state its not available at this price elsewherehttp://www.ebuyer.com/cat/Retail-Boxed-Software/subcat/Windows-7



A bit harsh saying that this is an alternative to Ebuyer... for people who do not like them or have had bad ecxperiences with them in the past...

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v2drinkers;5811657

Voted cold - As the OP should check before they state its not available … Voted cold - As the OP should check before they state its not available at this price elsewherehttp://www.ebuyer.com/cat/Retail-Boxed-Software/subcat/Windows-7



Ok, carlm down, here you get a free £10 voucher so like buy this and get something worth a tenner for free... And there is Quidco here and not at Ebuyer...

Is it worth upgrading from XP pro to this?

Baz8755;5812225

Is it worth upgrading from XP pro to this?



I'd check compatibility first, to ensure that everything will still work following your 'upgrade' to 7.

You could also have a dual boot pc, having both operating systems on it, if you fancy that, which is risk free for you, though.

I've ordered 2 of the home versions from PC World through quidco but quidco is asking for confirmation?

It says the transaction amount was £89.98 but my earning are £0.00, it's asking for a verification code. I've had a look at the confirmation e-mail received from PC World but the code on there is too long... any ideas what to do?
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