[dba-Tech] buying a windows 10 product key on-line

Paul Hartland paul.hartland at googlemail.com
Thu Jul 9 15:34:18 CDT 2020

I have seen similar for MS Office as well but seem too cheap and wonder if
its legal, the only office I have on my machine is 2000 lol and of course
openoffice, but would love to take a look at the latest ones like 2016 and
365 etc just to see how development has changed in them more than anything
as I haven't really kept myself up to date with Office.


On Thu, 9 Jul 2020, 21:08 Arthur Fuller, <fuller.artful at gmail.com> wrote:

> The prices for a Product Key vary wildly in the Toronto market. Are these
> firms offering scam-products. I'm guessing that it's a 50-50 equation, but
> how to tell the difference? I guess that it works like this: download the
> ISO version from MS, then burn a CD orr maybe DVD, then boot from said
> disk, then validate using the key. Is that correct?
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