So i found windows 10 pro for 3.8$ is it trust able?https://www.ebay.com/itm/Microsoft-Windows-10-Pro-Professional-32-64-bit-Genuine-License-Key-Product-Code/223448183401?epid=6031187488&hash=item34068cb269:g:eCYAAOSwiolcitCv
Oem?? what is the deference?,Can you recommend me site to buy windows and don’t tell me Microsoft no one will pay 130$ for something like that.It's probably an OEM key, but usually, they will work for only one machine. they are cheap enough its wasting money not to try it.
There are a growing number of places to buy these discounted keys. There are a couple of well known youtubers that even offer further discounts by entering a code as certain "retailer" sites that do this type of thing.(remix just posted one of them above) It is quite controversial and of varying opinion as to how ethical it is. I am not sure what this particular forums stance is on it....
With that said, if it is for a machine that you personally are going to use, not for a business or resale, etc. I am of the thought that that's very little to lose to give it a try. I have read stories about them going unactivated later.
I would very specifically read the instructions on how/when they want you to enter the key. IE some of them ask you to do clean install and enter key then, some you can do as upgrade/change key. Also, make sure you aren't having to pay for a broken HDD to be sent (opt out type thing) to you, as per eBay rules. There (should) be something in post on sale about it....GL
I found coupon for ebay now i can get it for 0.8$ lol i will try it and tell you.Here Tom's Hardware's stance on it: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/get-windows-10-free-or-cheap,5717.html
The article says " While we can't vouch for all of them, websites selling lower-priced Windows keys are likely selling legitimate codes... If you do opt to get your key for less, make sure it’s from a legitimate site..."