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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Newsletter - Resurrecting a Dead PC

Thu, 02 Feb 2023, 14:21
dna

Newsletter


I read your comments about running windwos 7.
I still do and get what I need out of the OS it's just that the machine I'm using needs updating but it still does what I need and not too slowly.
I'm not gaming on it and that probably why I still have the thing.
I never knew that windows 10 was free. I did read that it will update on its own without being able to turn the update off and so I balked at using that.

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DNA
Fri, 03 Feb 2023, 05:13
cyangames
You can just get a key for it for £5- £10 nowadays

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Web / Game Dev, occasionally finishes off coding games also!
Fri, 03 Feb 2023, 07:10
steve_ancell
That's what I did, bought a Win 10 Home key on ebay for about £8 quite a while back.