ComputerActive Windows 10 Home offer.

  1. Bastet's Avatar
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    ComputerActive Windows 10 Home offer.


    I hope this is OK to post if not then please delete this thread.

    UK’s ComputerActive magazine is selling genuine Win 10 (Home - £29.99 & Pro - £39.99):
    Computeractive Software Store - Windows 10 Home - 79% off RRP
    There’s other MS software too like Office.

    This is for a limited time.
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  2. Steve C's Avatar
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    Bastet said:
    I hope this is OK to post if not then please delete this thread.

    UK’s ComputerActive magazine is selling genuine Win 10 (Home - £29.99 & Pro - £39.99):
    Computeractive Software Store - Windows 10 Home - 79% off RRP
    There’s other MS software too like Office.

    This is for a limited time.
    That's a good offer but is the licence tied to a single PC configuration so you can't transfer the licence to a new PC? The Windows 10 Pro Offer for £39.99 is a better deal.
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  3. Bastet's Avatar
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    Unfortunately yes the Home version appears to be tied to the first PC it is installed on.
    It may help anyone wanting to upgrade from XP or Vista or for anyone looking to obtain a cheap license to replace a volume key.
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    Bastet said:
    Unfortunately yes the Home version appears to be tied to the first PC it is installed on.
    It may help anyone wanting to upgrade from XP or Vista or for anyone looking to obtain a cheap license to replace a volume key.
    The codes aren't OEM. They are 1-PC and 'lifetime' in the respect you can move to another computer later and activate a second time.

    Where did you get the impression they were tied to the original PC?
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  5. Bastet's Avatar
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    chriswiles said:
    The codes aren't OEM. They are 1-PC and 'lifetime' in the respect you can move to another computer later and activate a second time.

    Where did you get the impression they were tied to the original PC?
    I honestly don’t know. I suspect it was the 1-PC element which made me think it was OEM.
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