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WINDOWS 7 PROFESSIONAL PRE-ORDER 89.99 - cashback through topcashback.co.uk!!!
WINDOWS 7 PROFESSIONAL PRE-ORDER 89.99 - cashback through topcashback.co.uk!!!

WINDOWS 7 PROFESSIONAL PRE-ORDER 89.99 - cashback through topcashback.co.uk!!!

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The cheapest currently available, hurry up propably one day sale, just yesterday was 189 pounds!!! You can get 3.5% cashback via topcashback.co.uk and extra 3% off with this code: '3150AW' if you spent more than 150 pounds.

This promotional price is only valid until the 9th August 2009 or while stocks last. Before you install an E edition of Windows 7, please visit windows.microsoft.com/ins…s-E for important information. When you install the E edition of Windows 7, you'll need to do a custom (clean) installation. That means you'll need to back up all of your files and settings on an external hard drive, install the operating system, then re-install your files, settings, and programs. Important: The E editions of Windows 7 do not contain an Internet browser. Please get a browser from Microsoft or a third party and have it on a CD/DVD or another device so it's ready to install after the Windows 7 installation is complete

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Original Poster

Microsoft offers EU 'browser ballot' compromise so maybe Europe will get the same full version like any other countries in the world!!! Of course if European Union accepts that:

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I'm sure this has been answered somewhere, but what's the difference between 'E' and 'N' edition? Do Comet send you a disk or anything?

Original Poster

E is stripped of Internet Explorer and N is stripped of Media Player I believe

Thanks for the post as everywhere else seems to have sold out of the pre order so are charging £159 or more.

UK editions apparantly will be full retail packs if you ordered the upgrade.

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Is it worth getting this over the Home Premium? Only benefit I see is being able to run Windows XP programmes on Windows 7. This must mean programs that currently won't run on Vista?

I would prefer the features of Ultimate but haven't seen that on pre-order?

Just ordered one anyway in case it sells out. Anywhere still selling Home Premium for £49.99 as wanted a copy for the laptop.

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UK editions apparantly will be full retail packs if you ordered the … UK editions apparantly will be full retail packs if you ordered the upgrade.


UK editions will allow upgrades as the E editions have now been scrapped, and are supplied with IE.

Original Poster

sold out at this prize, good for people who bought that seems currys, dixons and pcworld are charging 159 and comet now 189 pounds,
win 7 pro is much more better to buy if you are planning to network your office or something, home edition is good but windows 7 pro for 89 pounds was bargain...

Damn! I missed out.
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