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Windows 7 Home Professional SP1 64BIT CD-£69.99


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If you're sick of using Windows XP and are worried about Microsoft no longer making any security fixes from next year then there's a great deal on at the moment for people to upgrade to a cheap Windows 7 Home Professional CD ROM that comes with Service Pack 1. Before running the CDROM be sure to back up all your files and data. You can also change the desktop settings back to the same style as Windows XP once your up and running. Have a look at the offer here
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If you are ordering from outside the UK mainland be sure to read thoroughly the Terms And Conditions for your order including any extra charges for shipping overseas.Ebuyer will send you a confirmation e-mail of your order be sure to read this fully.
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If you're talking about XP Mode Househeart then please allow me to point out the requirements for it.

http://windows.micro...windows-xp-mode

These are the requirements to run Windows 7.

http://windows.micro...temrequirements
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Thank you very much Wolfeymole-I would like to upgrade to a 64BIT machine and need a new computer for it. Appreciate you pointing that out cheers for the other link too.
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