Oxford University Comparative Law Forum

"Windows 7"

Email this topic to a friend
Printer-friendly version of this topic
Archived thread - Read only 
Previous Topic | Next Topic 
Home Conferences M Chen-Wishart, In Defence of Unjust Factors (Protected)
Original message

JohnLK Click to EMail JohnLKClick to check IP address of the poster 14-Jan-11, 11:19 AM (GMT)
"Windows 7"
I am using Windows XP and I am considering getting <a href=http://www.windows7key.de/>;Windows 7 Key</a>. I have been shopping online and I have found <a href=http://www.windows7key.de/windows-7-key/windows-7-32-bit-x86-key>;Windows 7 32 Bit Key</a> and <a href=http://www.windows7key.de/windows-7-key/windows-7-64-bit-x64-key>;Windows 7 64 Bit</a>. When I think of an upgrade, I think of it as something to improve something that I already have. Is this the case with <a href=http://www.windows7key.de/windows-7-key/windows-7-64-bit-x64-key/windows-7-ultimate-64-bit-x64-key.html>;Windows 7 Ultimate Key</a>? Is it an improvement on Windows 7? If so, why hasn't the upgrade been integrated with the <a href=http://www.windows7key.de/windows-7-key/windows-7-64-bit-x64-key/windows-7-professional-64-bit-x64-key.html>;Windows 7 Professional</a>?
  Top


Remove

Lobby | Topics | Previous Topic | Next Topic
Powered by DCF2000 ©1997-2000 by DCScripts. All rights reserved.