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Downloading Vista Now!

Discussion in 'General Software' started by 1Strive, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. 1Strive

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    Downloading Now!
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    I finally got a TechNet Subscription.
    I got it through the Exam Insurance Offer. It cost me around £12.
    With it I get EVERY piece of MS software from Vista, Longhorn, Office, to Virtual Server.

    I am so happy!:D

    No I won't share with you, so don't ask.

    Later,
    1STRIVE
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    The MS download manager is pretty cool.

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    my dad used to have a MSDN subscription with MS...it cost him 100 bucks (actually cost around 800, but through his work he got a discount) for the subscrib...but i got all the copies of every ms product in this neat binder...but that was in the day...the highest ver i got out of it is win98se, and office 2000...

    your not gonna share with me :(
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    not bad to become a TechNet Plus Direct use for $350 per year, and 250 to renew...you can get over $5000+ worth of software.

    Pricing and Licensing

    The USD estimated retail prices (ERP) for a 1-year subscription are:
    License Type----- New -----Renew
    TechNet Plus Direct ----- $349 ----- $249
    TechNet Plus Single User -----$499 ----- $399
    TechNet Plus Single Server----- $999 ----- $749

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