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Windows 7: No More E Editions

07 Aug 2009   #1
ian1983

XP Windows7
 
 
No More E Editions

Reading Here Microsoft Pre-Order Ended

There is no longer going to be E Editions of windows 7

But, I Pre-ordered an E Edition of Home Premium, which would have been the full retail version

Now this is no longer the case will i receive a full retasil copy of 7 or an upgrade disk?


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07 Aug 2009   #2
swarfega

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

Youl still receive a full retail copy because that was another clause from EU about not allowing upgrades.
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