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Grab a cheap licence?


Muergo

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I have to upgrade my CPU before I can put in Win7 and also the problem with Canon printer drivers, but can I grab a £49.99? licence before they run out and hold it to use later?
Does anyone see any snags, could put it on CD/DVD or memory stick to save.

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OTT_Buzzard

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Errrrr, a £49.99 license for what?

W7 is free at the moment, but only available for another few weeks and any copies currently active will expire next year.

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Muergo

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In PCA news Microsoft are going to offer limited number of licences for W7 Home at £49.99 until they run out, but certainly before the launch date, estimate is end August for EU customers only.

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Forum Editor

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will expire around the middle of August.

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Muergo

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Thanks Forums editor, but what about my original question, can I get one and keep it on DVD or stick until I use it or must it be downloaded straight away onto a PC?

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Forum Editor

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you can hold onto it until you are ready to install.

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