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Upgrading from Home Premium to Ultimate
Hi, i've recently installed an off-the-shelf version of Windows 7 Home Premium. I haven't activated it yet.
I came into work, only to realise that my boss has bought a volume license of Windows 7 Ultimate, and he's been kind enough to let me use one.
My question is, how do I turn my current installation (Home Premium) into the Ultimate version? I've looked at the Windows Anytime thing, but this seems to only work when you specifically upgrade and purchase a new license.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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