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    Woody said that Windows 7 upgrade could be used for a clean install,
    does anyone know if the Windows Anytime Upgrade can also be used for a clean install,
    it's half price .

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    Quote Originally Posted by petergmauro View Post
    Woody said that Windows 7 upgrade could be used for a clean install,
    does anyone know if the Windows Anytime Upgrade can also be used for a clean install,
    it's half price .
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    I don't know for sure but I suspect not. The Anytime Upgrade is just a different key and reconfiguring of your current install. Each installation of Windows 7 loads all the files for each SKU. Your key determines which SKU is active.

    Joe

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    Since the Windows Anytime Upgrade is a way to upgrade from a lower level of Windows 7 to a higher one, you'd have to have the lower level installed first.

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    Where is it half price at? I might be interested in going to the Pro version.

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    I believe they meant "half the price" not "half price".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul D. Schneider View Post
    I believe they meant "half the price" not "half price".
    Ah. Too bad, I would like to see it for half price.

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