windows xp home versus pro

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Nick Mackechnie, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. >So thats how much the OEM copy that you bought costs.
    >Is it, or is it not Windows XP ?
    >Is the EULA the same ?
    >
    >The difference is the support agreement.


    Hey Shannon,

    Quite correct. If you buy an OEM licence, the licencing agreement is such
    that it will be supported by the OEM that sells it to you. If you buy FPP
    (full packaged product) and have installation problems etc Microsoft
    Services (0800 800 004) will provide free support for installation and
    configuration.

    Nick
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    Via The Trashcan BBS - Auckland, New Zealand - http://bbs.thenet.gen.nz
     
    Nick Mackechnie, Nov 16, 2005
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