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Windows 10 Professional 64Bit DVD English OS

Microsoft Windows 10 Professional, 64-bit ONLY, English, DVD Disc, 1 License/s, OEM, Operating System Software

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Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Edition 64bit (DVD)

Windows 10 DVD

What’s new in Windows 10?

Windows 10 is the best ever - familiar, easy to use, and packed with great new features for staying organized, having fun, and getting things done. It’s the Windows you love - and the Windows you can’t wait to get.

Windows 10 is your partner in making things happen. Get faster start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done even across multiple devices. You'll also love the innovative features like an all-new browser built for online action, plus Cortana, the personal digital assistant who helps you across your day.

FAMILIAR & BETTER THAN EVER

Windows Cortana

Familiar and Easy to Use
The familiar Start menu is back and better than ever, to give you quick access to your most important things. And Windows works with more hardware and software, including what you already have.

Fast and Smooth
Windows 10 starts fast, resumes fast and runs apps so smoothly even older machines feel young again. And the new Battery Saver featurehelp you work and play longer than before.

Peace of Mind
Windows 10 has more security features than ever and, with automatic updates, it helps you stay current.

Windows 10 Compatibility
Windows 10 is designed to be compatible with programs that run on Windows 7 or Windows 8 / 8.1, and your docs and files are preserved so you don’t need to worry about things getting lost.

PERSONAL & NATURAL EXPERIENCE

Windows 10 Apps

Your own digital assistant
Cortana is your truly personal digital assistant who works across all your Windows 10 devices to help you get things done.

A warm welcome
With Windows Hello, your device greets you by name and lets you log in with just a look or a touch - it's faster and more secure and there’s no need to type in a password.

Easy access
With a customizable Start menu and Live Tiles, you get an at-a-glance view of the things that matter most to you.

USE ACCROSS ALL DEVICES

One place for all your stuff
OneDrive storage provides 15 GB of free online storage so you have one place for all your photos and files - easily accessible from your phone, tablet or PC.

Epic gaming
From casual games to intense multi-player scenarios, PC gaming is at its best on Windows 10. Get stunning DirectX 12 visuals, the best games to play, and Xbox built-in.

Continuum for smooth transitions
A great new feature called Continuum enables your apps and content to display beautifully on all screens and even as you transition from desktop to tablet mode.

Great apps built-in
Windows 10 comes with a great set of apps - including Photos, Maps, and Movies & TV - that share a common design and work the same across your Windows devices.

BE MORE PRODUCTIVE

Windows Cortana

All-new browser
Microsoft Edge is an all-new browser that makes the web work the way you do. You can even write or type on webpages and easily share the markups with others.

More multi-doing
Get great new ways to stay organized and be productive. You can easily snap up to four apps on one screen and create virtual desktops when you need more space.

A world of great apps
Windows Store is your one-stop shop for great free and paid apps, games, movies, music, and TV - all certified by Microsoft.

Great for Office
Windows 10 is the perfect partner for running the world’s greatest productivity suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. License not included; choose from Office 365 subscription or perpetual license versions.

Specifications
Specifications
Operating System Windows 10
Edition Professional
Installation Options 64-bit ONLY
Installation Media DVD Disc
Languages English
Number of Licenses 1
Product Activation Activation Required
Minimum CPU Requirements 1 GHz processor or faster.
Minimum RAM Requirements 1 GB RAM for 32-bit; 2 GB for 64-bit.
Minimum Hard Disk Space Requirements Up to 20 GB available hard disk space.
Minimum Screen Resolution Supported 800 x 600 screen resolution or higher.
Minimum Graphics Processing Requirements DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver.
Internet Connectivity Requirements Internet access required (fees may apply).
Other Requirements
  • Microsoft account required for some features.
  • Watching DVDs requires separate playback software.
  • You must accept the enclosed License Terms.
Packaging OEM
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
999 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
999 days
RTB Period:
999 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Telephone:
0800 026 03 30
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Date Issued: 10th Sep 2015

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Windows 10
Windows 10
Date Issued: 28th Jul 2015

On July 29, 2015, Microsoft will make available its next major operating system, Windows 10. Introduced as the successor to Windows 8.1, the software is the first new revision of Windows to be launched under the stewardship of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and will be made available at no additional cost to most existing Windows users.

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Reviews
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by It's Windows 10. In the exciting new world of Windows 10 licensing it's more expensive to download the software online than to have a physical media and key sticker shipped to you. Great way to incentivise online licensing Microsoft! I am only writing this review to stop the pestering messages. I might have enjoyed reviewing some of the hardware purchased in the past but was never asked to do that. As far as the product goes, it's Windows and I'd suggest reading around to try to understand how they use your personal information before purchasing and verify that the hardware you're purchasing is supported for win 10. 04 March 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very pleasantly surprised how good Windows 10 really is After having gone through the pain of many Windows updates over the years, all the way back to Windows 3.1, this really is a quantum leap by comparison. I've now performed quite a few clean installs, and updates over the top of Windows 8 as well, and each time it never ceases to amaze me how slickly it's done. The clean installs should obviously 'just work', but you then have a new system which takes a little getting used to whilst you put all your other applications on. Putting Windows 10 on top of a previous OS though is positively eerie. It does seem to be very good at installing itself and still keeping all your currently installed software ticking over problem free. As with any new version of Windows, there were reported problems within the first few weeks and months of release, but now is the time to take the punge if you're in any doubt. I've found very very litte that won't work with Windows 10 now, and if you do hit a glitch it's much more likely the fault lies with the application itself rather than the operating system. I already own multiple copies of the Pro version on USB stick, so essentially just bought the DVD version for the licence key, but don't let that stop you buying this (as long as you have an optical drive), it really is a bargain of an OS now. 29 February 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by very pleased full install went very well with my desktop pc. none stock components . only issue was for drivers for ASUS sound card .found not ASUS driver all ok . windows 10 works very well with everything else . very pleased 09 January 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by It wants to know everything you do. In simple terms its nothing short of creepy. I have to constantly check the privacy settings of this operating system. As it keeps on switching the huge number of tracking and behavioral learning applications and rules back on. To me this is spying and its disrespectful to me as a customer of MS products. I am not confident in its ability to keep my passwords and financial information secure from centralized servers or affiliated third parties. I would not recommend this product for professional use. 02 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Microsoft's best ever OS As in the title, MS have created a fantastic OS, the new start menu, control panel, features really have brought this close to OSX standards for experience. Night and Day over windows 8 (which I actually liked) 24 August 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not the product it could have been. During the insider preview (Consumer version), I loved Windows 10. It had all the features that Windows 8/8.1 had been missing. - A return to normality with a start button that was functional and useful - Improved performance in office and browsing based activities - Decent gaming performance I could go on but those are the things people generally care about, plus I want to get on to the rant side of things as that's my niche. Unfortunately, given my system configuration. Microsoft have decided that we should not have the responsibility of deciding where programs are installed. The old school regedit editing didn't work, the "Install New Apps To" option has been greyed out. Basically, my SSD is now almost full. Whereas on Windows 7 before hand I could keep my 120gb SSD with at least 50gb free, Windows 10 has just decided to install Office 2016 preview to the SSD without giving me a say. Now, I am aware that I could just use Symbolic Links, but as a modern piece of software we simply shouldn't have to. Windows 7/8/8.1 may be better suited to those whom want control over their system. Also when it comes to forced updates, I really get tired with having to change my Nvidia settings and generally only update once a confirm stable release for my GTX 980 has hit the webs. Unfortunately, this is somewhat rare, and MS don't seem to give that much of a hoot. Windows 10 Home (X86) on my tablet is great. I love it... But I do wish I had avoided wasting my money on this software. To summarise: The Consumer Preview had better functionality than the retail launch. 11 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by This windows has great features i was very very scared. to swith from win7. to win 10. i really dont like win8. and that was on of reason why i been very sceptical about win 10. . but i take a risk. and i bought windows 10. and i have to say it very very good windows still need some work with update but so far no bugs. no problems . 11 August 2015
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What does DSP OEI mean?

I'm entitled to a free upgrade but I prefer to do full clean installs, before I pre-order I would really like to know what DSP OEI means.
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DSP means Delivery Service Partner.

OEI means Original Equipment Installation

It is no different than OEM, you buy and install it on a PC. When selling the PC or when the PC breaks, you loose the software as it is tied to the PC.
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This just means its OEM.
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If you're eligible for free upgrade make a backup of your files and go ahead. Get to the point where Windows 10 is showing as successfully activated. You can then safely reinstall over erasing all previous settings effectively giving a fresh install without having to buy a new copy of the OS when eligible to upgrade.
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stands for(Delivery Service Partner Original Equipment Installation)means?
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DSP (Delivery Service Partner)
OEI = OEM

Basically, system builders version I believe.

I have it, it works fine although you'll need to use the DVD media.
MS Media Creation Tool images will not function with OEM/OEI license keys.

You can simply "diskpart" your own USB pendrive install disk as I did though!
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DSP simply means Delivery Service Partner, and OEI is basically the same as OEM. ie. you can't just buy this on it's own, you need to be building a new system, so you must buy at least one other main piece of PC kit at the same time as this: a hard drive, a processor, a motherboard or memory, etc. Obviously though you could just be buying a bit of kit to upgrade/add to your exisiting PC build. ;-)
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Windows 10 Professional 64Bit DVD English OS
Windows 10 Professional 64Bit DVD English OS