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#195178 9-Apr-2016 07:11
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I want to know is it possible to install windows 7 on 2 system using single product key? Yesterday I got computer from friend without OS so i am planning to install windows 7 using my own product key. Tell me if it helps


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nathan
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  #1528858 9-Apr-2016 07:14
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no.





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  #1529297 9-Apr-2016 23:38
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lugu:

 

afe66:

 

Try installing Mint as an alternative OS on that second PC.

 

It's free and can be interesting to expand your computer knowledge.

 

 

 

 

Thanks i never used mint and i honestly dont know how to use mint as operating system. for this i have to learn mint first?

 

 

Mint is a variant of Ubuntu/linux but has a desktop which is windows like.

 

Google it and download it. Then you can either put it on a USB stick or burn to a DVD and reboot.

 

It comes with an Office suite and to be honest, if you are looking for an internet browsing office machine it will do it fine.

 

Games getting better with Steam improving things greatly but its not as a good as windows.

 

Ultimately you going to have to try an alternative OS or buy a legal windows licence.

 

 

 

A.

 

 


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