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Windows 7 for US/UK students- $29.99

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September 19, 2009 3:04:24 PM

I saw this yesterday and I'm definitely going to take advantage. My wifes system is running RC 1 and will need a re-install in march.... $30 is just too cheap to pass up.
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September 21, 2009 4:46:22 AM

Ooo yeah i heard about how college students get it for 29.99 (ooo you save 20$ from the 50$ pre-order lol)
Unfortunately im not in college... yet.
But fortunately i have a sister that is time to take advantage of older siblings!


http://www.win741.com/
September 21, 2009 5:15:38 AM

Leafy said:
Ooo yeah i heard about how college students get it for 29.99 (ooo you save 20$ from the 50$ pre-order lol)
Unfortunately im not in college... yet.
But fortunately i have a sister that is time to take advantage of older siblings!


http://www.win741.com/



Hey man, $20 can't get you a bunch of stuff.... 18 99Cent cheese burgers.... ;) 
September 21, 2009 5:49:44 AM

RaPiD987 said:
Hey man, $20 can't get you a bunch of stuff.... 18 99Cent cheese burgers.... ;) 

Got Confused there but amen, SAving 20 dollars for the same product? Who's the idiot that wouldnt. I was all down and sad when i found out NOOO im to late to pre-order the once in a lifetime 50$ for an upgrade!?!? Now when i heard about this im thinking
YES a 2nd chance, REDEMPTION :bounce:  must take this oppourtunity! (unless microsoft even goes hardcore and drops it to 19.99 like a week before release, :o  But just in case ill order this one soon)
September 23, 2009 12:00:57 AM

RaPiD987 said:
Hey leafy....
take a lok at this....

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Windows-7-Professional...

lucky bastard

Wow that says u anothre 10$, personally though after reading it i find the work is to go through all that isn't fun enough to be doing lol 30$ is fine for me.
a b $ Windows 7
September 29, 2009 7:09:23 AM

It's a heck of a deal; I couldn't pass it up, i.e. I'd rather pay $30 instead of $200 or whatever the price is going to be for pro.
September 30, 2009 12:34:56 AM

buwish said:
It's a heck of a deal; I couldn't pass it up, i.e. I'd rather pay $30 instead of $200 or whatever the price is going to be for pro.

". Apparently, students can join the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for the $19 pricetag instead. The ACM thus provides the entire MSDN-AA catalog, including both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 Professional in four languages. "
Well its saying here you gotta join their program. I don't think its worth saving the 10$, unless i plan on going to be a computer technician of some sort in the future, which i won't since i could do something more useful with my life, but knowing about computers is a awesome hobby, working it as my life could be fun but i wanna make some more money.
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