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    Enthusiast jacquini
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    Tesco Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (Full Version) £49.97



    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (Full Version)
    Catalogue number: 206-3928

    This item is a pre-order item and will be shipped on 21/10/2009 and this item will be delivered the next day. This item is for home delivery only and can not be collected from stores. Availability of this service depends upon your postcode.
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (Full Version)


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    Catalogue number: 206-3928

    The Windows 7 Home Premium operating system provides improved desktop navigation, with fewer steps between you and what you want to do. It also enables you to personalise your PC experience with Desktop Background Slideshow and new Aero themes. Easily create a home network and connect your PC's to a printer with HomeGroup. The operating system also helps keep children safer online with customisable parental controls.

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    Rpoints Elite kevenh_ will become famous soon enough
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    Hmm.
    And I ended up with free delivery
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    Yep, also got free delivery, thanks.

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    All I amgetting is this

    Sorry, we were unable to match your catalogue number in our product database

    Have they pulled it?

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    Yes, it's sold out again for now.

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    Rpoints Elite kevenh_ will become famous soon enough
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    I'm looking fwd to getting Win7 - I think

    I know someone that is running the Win7 Release Candidate and he ses it's like Vista should've been.
    1st Team To 100 Years Of Top Division Football. Come On The Blues!
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    Enthusiast jacquini
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    Hi

    Seems to be back in stock but is now £69.93

    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (Full Version)

    Catalogue number: 206-3928

    This item is a pre-order item and will be shipped on 21/10/2009 and this item will be delivered the next day. This item is for home delivery only and can not be collected from stores. Availability of this service depends upon your postcode.
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (Full Version)

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    I am totally lost about the hype on this. I just don't get it - why are people so excited? This is just a new version of an operating system. There's nothing much new in it (or at least nothing you absolutely have to have), it's bound to have loads of teething troubles, and it will require a complete reinstallation of your apps and data.

    I have windows XP on my PCs and never 'upgraded' to Vista. Win 7 would just be another 50 squid down the drain.

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    Rpoints Elite kevenh_ will become famous soon enough
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    That's OK 4 u and most people happy with their current OS

    My new PC came with Vista, and I'd prefer to go forward to Win7, than back to WinXP (@ a discounted price. I'd rather stay where I am than pay full price )
    1st Team To 100 Years Of Top Division Football. Come On The Blues!
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    Windows 7 runs very very well. Im quite supprised on how good it is compared with vista.

    I took vista off my laptop and ran xp. Runs fine on xp, but way better on win 7.

    I have a caravan and wanted to take my laptop for net and to run tv. It never worked right on vista so i took it off. Win 7 Ultimate has a awesome media centre, it runs my tv card brilliantly on 64 bit version, records and schedules very well. It even runs well on my dell mini 10, i tried it on that aswell but 32 bit version. Tv dosnt work.

    Earlier today i just reloaded my bro's gaming pc, and we decided to try win 7 on that aswell. 64 bit see all the 6 gig of ram, it hasnt crashed at all or froze, got a text off him 1hr ago, he says Cod4 runs perfect and his ping times have come down.
    Tomcat


 

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