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Windows 7 Retail (not student, upgrade or oem) £75 @ play.com
Windows 7 Retail (not student, upgrade or oem) £75 @ play.com

Windows 7 Retail (not student, upgrade or oem) £75 @ play.com

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Retail version allowing upgrading of motherboard. Includes 32 bit and 64 bit version so you can install on older machine and keep licence when you upgrade.

Next best is 89.99 i think (various ebuyer)

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I don't know how M$ get away with selling what is essentially the same old OS time and time again with a few new bells and whistles to appeal to their mug punters.

75 quid seems a lot to "upgrade" a PC to do exactly the same things which XP does equally as well.

Windows 7 is actually good, ive upgraded from Windows XP pro to 7 Pro and in my opionion it is better. no issues at all

Looks like a good price for a retail boxed full version.

shaz2sxy;7302010

Windows 7 is actually good, ive upgraded from Windows XP pro to 7 Pro and … Windows 7 is actually good, ive upgraded from Windows XP pro to 7 Pro and in my opionion it is better. no issues at all




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Window 7 is a much better OS then XP. Good price for a Boxed Retail version. Heat added

midiman;7302225

+1 Window 7 is a much better OS then XP



Only for the consumer who doesn't want/need control over their OS. Lots of functions (which are still available in Vista) are restricted in W7. That's the way MS is trying to go. My advice is stick with XP or move on to Linux.

pet2000;7302346

Only for the consumer who doesn't want/need control over their OS. Lots … Only for the consumer who doesn't want/need control over their OS. Lots of functions (which are still available in Vista) are restricted in W7. That's the way MS is trying to go. My advice is stick with XP or move on to Linux.


Every machine I've run both XP and Windows 7 on, I've found it to be less of a chore to do what you want to do with W7. XP is too old and clunky now, hardware runs much better on W7 - especially netbooks.

I like Linux, but many people will have hardware issues they can't resolve, or need a program there's no alternative for so just won't bother. I know what I'm doing and have had to admit defeat occasionally, so an average non-geek would find it impossible without someone to hold their hand to begin with.

Best price I've seen recently for this. I used the RC1 for ages and it kicks XP and Vista into touch.

pet2000;7302346

Only for the consumer who doesn't want/need control over their OS. Lots … Only for the consumer who doesn't want/need control over their OS. Lots of functions (which are still available in Vista) are restricted in W7.


First time I’ve heard that. What functions are available in Vista but not Win7? When you make such a provocative statement it’s useful to include examples as otherwise people may think you’re a wind up merchant.

spionkop;7301988

I don't know how M$ get away with selling what is essentially the same … I don't know how M$ get away with selling what is essentially the same old OS time and time again with a few new bells and whistles to appeal to their mug punters. 75 quid seems a lot to "upgrade" a PC to do exactly the same things which XP does equally as well.


Absolutely Clueless. This guy needs a few Service Packs of his own before he should be even let out of the house. :roll:

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Price has gone back up, it's £139.99 now. :w00t:
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