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Windows 7 Home Premium OEM to Windows 10 Pro

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hoopsman

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I will be doing a Windows 10 build soon. I have heard that Microsoft still allows you to use a Windows 7 key from an old install to get Windows 10 to activate. Now I bought an OEM version of Windows 7 Home Premium a while back and am looking to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. If I put in my Windows 7 key will it only give me the option to go to Windows 10 Home? Or will I be able to use it to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro as well?

 

If it won't i'm totally fine with using a site like Kinguin.net to purchase a Windows 10 Pro key, just want to know what to expect. I already made a flash drive with Windows 10 on it.


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Hi,

 

The upgrade will give you Windows 10 Home.

 

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