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Old 25 July 2015, 21:53   #8
Narf the Mouse
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It's only a "no-brainer" if your Win7/Win8 install is OEM. The Window 10 upgrade they're offering is OEM-only. Change your hardware, and you need to buy a license.

If your Win7/Win8 PC is not OEM? Don't touch the upgrade with a ten-foot pole. It'll make your non-OEM install an OEM install.

* OEM = Original Equipment Manufacturer. Can only use with the computer it was first installed on.
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