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Win7 Student copy expiration?
My colleagues and I were discussing various things regarding Windows 7. The topic somehow got onto how cheap a student at our local university here can purchase MS products. My son, who is a student there, bought Windows 7 Ultimate for $18.99 and MS Office 2007 for $18.99.
One of my colleagues stated that the software the students purchase use VLK's and that they are set to expire in four years. Does anyone know if that is true?
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