As you may know, Microsoft punishes PC builders by expecting them to pay $120+ for a retail copy of Windows. For your last Windows PC build (assuming you built), how did you obtain a copy of Windows?
Yep.At one point, Microsoft had this wonderful Technet subscription that gave you access to almost ALL workstation and server OSs AND server apps, for a very reasonable price. I know they got rid of it due to people reselling all the keys but,
Not "give out"...sell.and this is why i never give out my keys. they are for ME to use in VMs for testing, that's it. and that's what I use them for, Servers, Desktop whatever needs testing
we've got great working relationship with them, i would never choose to do something stupid
I was wondering if the Win 7 Pro keys work to directly license an unlicensed Windows 11 Pro.Yea I have used it for win 10, and my main rig did get a notice that I could upgrade to 11.
If you Upgraded from Win 7, no magic needed.I finally upgraded to windows 10 from a die hard 7.. and the home edition is nice, <Mod Edit> and rest same as pro with you know not so many "remote/wifi network" options bc who in hell needs'em, you're listening music not having a company to hold and I didn't pay a leg to activate it, it says activated after i randomly installed it stays activated. I think Windows 10 home at very least now is free to keep, if not then i walked into 4th dimension. What's in hand isn't a lie!