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Jan292007

Microsoft Answers ‘Vista OEM’ Questions

A Microsoft representative confirmed that users may buy an OEM copy of Windows Vista at a substantial discount, provided they adhere to the terms of the license – which, incidentally, may mean providing support for family members.

In addition, users should still be subject to the same familiar re-activation restrictions as users of a retail Vista license and
Windows XP, a spokeswoman said. Users can alter the PC’s hardware substantially, but they will be forced to reactivate – not repurchase the OEM software – if they do, she said.

OEM copies of Vista began showing up this week at e-tailers like Newegg.com, for substantial discounts, which can run up to half off the price of a standalone retail copy of Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system. Microsoft is also offering its own in-house discounts, in the form of a Vista Family Pack, which allows the purchase of up to two copies of Vista Home Premium for $49.99, provided that a customer buy Windows Vista Ultimate at full price, through retail.

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Microsoft, Windows Vista, OEM

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