looking to buy windows7 premium

  martd77 16:07 14 Feb 2010

Can someone point me in the direction for the cheapest full oem or retail version of windows 7 premium please,have searched but they all seem much the same price about £90 +

  wiz-king 16:27 14 Feb 2010

click here but make sure it is the version that you need as it does not contain IE8 (or any other? web browser)

  martd77 16:47 14 Feb 2010

thanks sorry its the 64bit version im wanting,still reasonable though

  dms_05 17:26 14 Feb 2010

£37 delivered click here

  rdave13 19:32 14 Feb 2010

Cheapest full retail I could find; click here

Never used this company before so can't recommend.
Postal address is;
PriceLover Ltd
4 Paradise Street
S1 2DF

Postage just under £7

  ame 22:20 14 Feb 2010

Eh...isn't that illegal, in that it breaks the terms of the licence? It's only for by students and their family members is it not?

  GaT7 22:43 14 Feb 2010

64-bit Win7 Home Premium OEM is ~£75 delivered at eBuyer click here.

Please note that an OEM license cannot be transferred from one PC to another, but this is permitted with a full retail licence. So a retail licence is worth it in the long run. G

  ame 22:43 14 Feb 2010

click here for 64 bit OEM from reputable supplier inc. free delivery within 5 days.

  ame 22:44 14 Feb 2010


  GaT7 22:47 14 Feb 2010

To make my previous post clearer to avoid any possible confusion...

A standard Windows retail licence is only meant for one PC at a time. So if one wants to transfer it to another PC it must first be uninstalled from the previous PC. G

  Ford Prefect 01 11:46 15 Feb 2010

I thought that 32 bit and 64 bit were supplied together. Obviously as 2 separate disks. At least they were when I ordered mine.

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