Windows 10: Changing hardware and licensing questions... Solved

  1.    29 Dec 2016 #1

    Changing hardware and licensing questions...

    So my son has an older PC that is running Win 10 and I am running a newer PC also on Win 10. I intend on upgrading most of my machine (CPU, motherboard, and ram). I want to give him my old hardware, but am curious on how a clean install on both our machines will go based on the significant change in hardware.

    Any ideas on how MS will see these hardware changes and what hoops I may have to go through to get Win 10 reactivated on both machines?

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