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Windows 10 pro professional cd-key (32/64 bit) $12.92

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WINDOWS 10 PRO PROFESSIONAL CD-KEY (32/64 BIT)

$135.86 $12.92


From the g2deal.com page:
The key will be sent via eMail. Please check the spam or junk mail folder too.
Notes: CAN'T upgrade from Home system to Pro system, You should download the windows 10 pro system here first , after you installed it, then to activate the code: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10​ [microsoft.com]

They also have the instructions on the deal page.
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Wait for Windows 12 it's really supposed to be great.

They are skipping Windows 11 because they thought that would confuse Windows 10 people.
Actually, it would confuse the Apple people with IOS 11 just coming out.
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I see this kind fo CD keys for sale online all the time. Are they even legit?
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I see this kind fo CD keys for sale online all the time. Are they even legit?
No, at least not in the long term.
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No, at least not in the long term.
Can you elaborate? Are the keys fake?
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Actually, it would confuse the Apple people with IOS 11 just coming out.
Apple has never had a problem counting in numerical order ....
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Can you elaborate? Are the keys fake?
They're usually volume license keys that are being improperly resold. It might work forever, it might randomly deactivate or deactivate with an update (Windows will keep working, you just lose some functions and get a nag screen from what I've read).

A slightly less sketchy method is to buy a Windows 7 key and use that to upgrade to 10.
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They're usually volume license keys that are being improperly resold. It might work forever, it might randomly deactivate or deactivate with an update (Windows will keep working, you just lose some functions and get a nag screen from what I've read).

A slightly less sketchy method is to buy a Windows 7 key and use that to upgrade to 10.
Gotcha. Thanks!
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thank you!
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Apple has never had a problem counting in numerical order ....
Final Cut X
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lol they skipped a couple versions there.​
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I've read articles that some key resellers buy them with stolen CC. Of course they never mentioned which ones do that
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I don't know if this still works, but it did last time I checked: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/micro...-features/
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It's probably MSDN keys, devs have unlimited amounts for any Windows version 😁
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if you have a legit win 7 you can still upgrade to 10 with the same key used in 7.. as for me i'll just wait till support ends in 2020.
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