Windows 10: Windows 9 Should Be Completely Free, Analyst Believes

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       17 Jan 2014 #11

    I got the retail version of 7 when they brought that out, only paid £44.97 for it from Tesco. I don't have retail 8 as that came with my Asus Notebook but I upgraded to 8.1 when it came out.

    If they do a promotion with 9 like the one they did with 7 I may possibly think seriously about buying it.
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  2.    17 Jan 2014 #12

    brummyfan, post: 11494, member: 144 said:
    Yes, agreed, I would do the same except the omission of win7( I don't have the retail copy)
    ATM I use 8.1 Pro almost exclusively and only have 7 installed on a 2nd SSD as a backup OS. I gave up one license for 7 when I bought the 8 upgrade for $40, but I had another license for 7 from a previous PC so I figured I might as well use it. I still have a license for XP Home Premium, but since this PC is 64bit capable, there didn't seem to be much sense in installing it.
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  3.    17 Jan 2014 #13

    I bought two OEM versions of 7 Home Premium shortly after it was released. It was around $120 Canadian for each. I get a free TechNet/MSDN subscription with my Microsoft MVP status so I'm running 8.1 on all my PC's at the moment. Hopefully I get renewed for another year and get access to 9 when it comes out. Failing that hopefully there will be a trial or preview version so I can try before I buy.
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