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Shop around online and it won’t be long before you come across cheap versions of Windows 10 on sale. Some of these will no doubt be of a dubious nature, while others seem legitimate. So, what are these odd-sounding versions such as OEM, and should you buy one for your PC? We break it down.
What is an OEM licence?
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer and is a term applied to companies that build PCs. These devices usually include a copy of Windows, so that when you walk out of Currys/PC World with that shiny new Dell you can take it home and use it immediately.
These versions of Windows are more often than not OEM copies, in that they have been sold to the manufacturer at a discount so they can be put on their PCs.
While the majority of OEM versions end up preinstalled on PCs, it’s also possible to buy them as licence keys from places like ebay or Kinguin. This is a common practice for users who like to build their own gaming PCs, or buy a second-hand device that has either no OS, or one that is out of date.
How is an OEM licence different to a retail version of Windows?
Most people never buy a copy of Windows itself. They buy a PC that has Windows on it, and that’s the last they think of it.
But those who do want to purchase the operating system often opt to pick up a retail version. These are either sold in standard software packaging in shops, and thus called boxed copies, or are available online from Microsoft as a download and licence key.
In use, there is no difference at all between OEM or retail versions. Both are full versions of the operating system, and as such include all the features, updates, and functionality that you would expect from Windows.
Where their paths diverge is in two important areas: support and flexibility.
When you buy an OEM copy you’re in essence taking on the role of the manufacturer of your device. This means that if you run into problems with hardware compatibility or encounter activation issues, calling Microsoft for help will probably end up with you being told to contact the manufacturer of your device. Which, of course, in this case is you!
The second major difference is that whereas when you buy a retail copy of Windows you can use it on more than one machine, although not at the same time, an OEM version is locked to the hardware on which it was first activated.
This might not seem a major issue, but if you decide to change the motherboard on your PC, then chances are you’ll also need to pay out for a new copy of Windows at the same time, as the old one won’t re-activate on the new hardware.
Should I buy a cheap OEM key?
There’s nothing illegal about buying an OEM key, so long as it’s an official one. There are plenty of legitimate sites online that deal in this kind of software, Amazon has a number of sellers offering OEM keys, as does eBay, and more specialist sites like the aforementioned Kinguin.
Just be sure to read the description carefully and check user ratings before spending any money.
So long as you’re happy to take on the responsibility of being your own technical support, then an OEM version can save a lot of money while offering an identical experience.
Of course, those who prefer peace of mind, and someone at the end of the telephone who can help fix any problems, might prefer the full retail route instead. Just avoid buying a DVD version from that dodgy-looking guy in the Tesco car park.
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|Model Number||Key||COA Sticker||OEM||Retail Box|
|Windows 7||Win 7 Home||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Windows 7||Win 7 Pro||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win 7 Ultimate||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Windows 8.1||Win Win 8.1 Pro||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Windows 10 Pro||Win 10 Home||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win 10 Pro||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable|
|Windows Server||Win Server2008 R2 OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win Server 2008 R2 enterprise OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win Server 2012 Standard||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Win Server 2012 Datacenter||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Win Server 2012 R2 OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win Server 2016 Standard OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Windows SQL||SQL 2012 Standard||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|SQL 2014 Standard||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Office 2010||Office 2010 Pro||Avaliable||No||No||No|
|Office 2010 Home & Business||Avaliable||No||No||No|
|Office 2011||Office 2011 Home & Business for Mac||Avaliable||No||No||No|
|Office 2013||Office 2013 Pro||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2013 Pro plus||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2013 Standard||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2013 Home and Student||Avaliable||No||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2013 Home and business||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2016||Office 2016 Pro||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2016 Pro plus||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2016 Standard||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2016 Home and Student||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2016 Home and business||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Office 2016 Home & business For Mac||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable