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Windows 10 Price Leaked

Windows 10 OEM Price Leaked

Windows 10 Priced

Windows 10 OEM Price Leaked

 

The pricing for Windows 10 OEM has just been released by Newegg, with a release date of August 31st listed.

The price of Windows 10 OEM Home is $109.99, with Windows 10 Professional OEM priced at $149.99. Both of these listings are $10 more expensive than their Windows 8.1 counterparts.

 

Windows 10 Priced

  

Right now current users of Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 will get a free upgrade to Windows 10, so these increased prices will not be affecting many PC current gamers, at least in the first year after launch.  

 

You can join the discussion on the Price of Windows 10 on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Pricing for Windows 10 OEM has just been leaked by Newegg. It is more expensive than Windows 8.1.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/storage/windows_10_price_leaked/1

Posted by OC3D on Sunday, 31 May 2015
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31-05-2015, 10:11:08

VonBlade
As long as it isn't the abomination that Windows 8 was, I wont mind. As someone who requires the swiftest possible workflow with minimal faffing about, and has absolutely zero interest in current stock prices or the weather in the Upper Volta, Windows 8 was hateful compared to the simplicity and speed of Windows 7.

I'd rather use Windows ME than 8.Quote

31-05-2015, 10:21:09

barnsley
Quote:
Originally Posted by VonBlade View Post
As long as it isn't the abomination that Windows 8 was, I wont mind. As someone who requires the swiftest possible workflow with minimal faffing about, and has absolutely zero interest in current stock prices or the weather in the Upper Volta, Windows 8 was hateful compared to the simplicity and speed of Windows 7.

I'd rather use Windows ME than 8.
Still?

Did you ever try 8.1 and the fixes (namely start is bacK)? Because I've really fallen out of love with 7 since sorting out 8.1. 7 is slow, dated and more resource hungry in comparison. I use it in the traditional start button config like windows 7.Quote

31-05-2015, 10:21:31

AverageNinja
That's pricey. Oh well, bring on the free upgrade!

Might be worth getting a Windows 8.1 license now, so you can use that to upgrade to Win10 for free when it's out.Quote

31-05-2015, 10:47:49

magicc8ball
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
Still?

Did you ever try 8.1 and the fixes (namely start is bacK)? Because I've really fallen out of love with 7 since sorting out 8.1. 7 is slow, dated and more resource hungry in comparison. I use it in the traditional start button config like windows 7.
I agree, my HTPC is on W7 only because of WMC and after I game on my 8.1 machine I go watch or surf on the W7 machine it just feels so different. Almost to the point where I am tired of it... If i could get WMC to work on W8.1 my HTPC, you bet it would be on there. I may not wait till the first year is up to get my free upgrade just depends how bad I want to see all the features of W10.

I am surprised that it said the 31st of august but that could change right?
Once the new skylake processors and W10 is released I will be buying a new laptop for my girl and see how we like it.Quote

31-05-2015, 13:29:06

Thelosouvlakia
Well if that's the pricing... 8.1 pro costs 150Euros in greeceQuote
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