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July 19, 2011 7:13:34 PM

Hey guys! so im king at upgrading my system to windows 7.

Im currently still on a windows vista trial thats ending ina few days and im looking at a few places to get my windows 7.

I just found a site:

http://www.insoftwarekey.com/windows-7-key-c-66.html

and it had windows 7 listed as 21$? Im not sure if thats just the activation key or if it includes the software but would i be able to install that and have a working OS?

Im a Student in Canada so my other option was the student version for 89.99 unless you guys ahve any other suggestions.
a b $ Windows 7
July 19, 2011 8:53:39 PM

personally I don't trust these type of sites since there is no guaranty that these Keys are legal.

I am not bias toward foreign companies but insoftwarekey.com is registered to a company in China.

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a c 373 $ Windows 7
July 19, 2011 8:59:09 PM
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It is just a key just like the fake ones sold on ebay!Save yourself the hassle and purchase a copy that won't come up not genuine within 3 months!Windows 7 would never sell for only $21.00 if it was legit!

Legit Prices in Links Below!


OEM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...

Retail
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...

What is the difference between the OEM, and the Retail version of Windows 7?

There are 3 major differences between these 2 items. The physical DVD disks themselves contain exactly the same content.

1. OEM copies of Windows 7 come in either 32, or 64 bit flavors. You must decide which version you want, and make sure you purchase that copy. With a retail copy, you get both 32 and 64 bit Windows 7 DVD’s in the same box.

2. OEM copies cannot be transferred from one PC to another. Once you install an OEM copy of Windows 7 on a PC it must remain with that PC forever, unless upgraded to a newer version of Windows in the future. Retail versions can be moved from PC to PC, but your retail copy of Windows 7 cannot be installed on more than one PC at any given time.

3. OEM copies do not come with any support from Microsoft. If you need to call Microsoft for support with Windows 7, you must pay a fee to do so. Retail copies come with a phone support incident included in the price.



THE PROPHECY !
July 20, 2011 4:12:20 AM

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