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Windows 10 Home

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Description

Windows 10 offers more safety for your device, with features like Windows Hello and always-enabled free updates. Gamers experience best-in-class gameplay with Broadcast and Game Mode. And with built-in apps for 3D creation, photos, music, movies, maps and more - Windows 10 Home brings you more creativity and productivity than ever before. Licensed for 1 PC or Mac.

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 offers more safety for your device, with features like Windows Hello and always-enabled free updates. Gamers experience best-in-class gameplay with Broadcast and Game Mode. And with built-in apps for 3D creation, photos, music, movies, maps and more - Windows 10 Home brings you more creativity and productivity than ever before. Licensed for 1 PC or Mac.
£119.99 incl. VAT
£119.99 incl. VAT
Required processor

1 GHz or faster compatible processor

Required memory

1 GB RAM for 32-bit; 2 GB for 64-bit

Required hard disk space

Up to 20 GB available hard disk space

Required video card

800 × 600 screen resolution or higher. DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver

Required connectivity

Internet access (fees may apply)

Other system requirements

Microsoft account required for some features. Watching DVDs requires separate playback software.

Additional system requirements

You must accept the enclosed Licence Terms, also at microsoft.com/useterms

Activation required • Single licence • 32 and 64-bits included on USB 3.0 media

Rated 2.9 out of 5 stars

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User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on15/04/2017

Review title of a525252does updates without permission

i spent an hour waiting in the middle of the day when, i needed to work, for an update to complete and it did it automatically. Not the first time it has happened either.

39 out of 52 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 2 out of 5

Submitted on12/03/2017

Review title of YogieStill has many flaws.

Felt forced into a corner to upgrade from windows 7. Not overly impressed with it as it try's to take control of everything, especially updates and where to store things. It also has problems reading old external hard drives and some memory sticks, in particular SD cards.Full email history only seems to be available via the internet. The list goes on but I'll stop here.

25 out of 34 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on15/02/2017

Review title of TheLegend277Slow and buggy

I've gone back to windows 7, from the days before all this data mining stuff and irrelevant apps clogged it all up.

20 out of 29 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on13/02/2017

Review title of technophilThe Best Operating System

I think Windows 10 is great. I use my PC for proofreading and teaching. It has incredible features not often highlighted. I have an apple iMAC bootcamped into Windows 10 - I just don't use OSX anymore. I have upgraded 4 other computers and never had a single problem. My advice is stop whingeing and start using and realising how good it is.

14 out of 20 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on04/01/2017

Review title of AdamGBristolConstantly crashing and lagging.

Regretfully I used the option of the free upgrade from Windows 7. Windows 10 crashes constantly (I've been working for just over an hour at the moment and it's crashed twice). It crashes at least once a session. Sometimes with a blue screen, sometimes just a hard crash and reset. It also lags frequently across all programmes. I've been using Windows since 3.1 and this is easily the most unstable build to date and automatic updates generally cause more issues than they solve - I've just rolled back the last set of updates to try and get a more stable version without much luck.

18 out of 27 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on13/01/2017

Review title of Cap10Windows Vista to windows 10

Bought Windows 10 to upgrade a perfectly good computer that had Vista installed. All the various files were written to DVD as per the instructions but my computer will not open the install file to install it. Have re-read the instructions which are awful and still have had no success.

15 out of 23 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on14/02/2017

Review title of johnrpTotally unimpressed. Ubuntu interfaces much better

I bought Win 10 for my wife for work use. She was un-impressed with the Edge browser and is looking at Chrome. Me .... ? I've moved to Linux.

23 out of 39 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 4 out of 5

Submitted on22/02/2017

Review title of TrickyTBetter than Windows 8.1

Very happy with my purchase

15 out of 24 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 5 out of 5

Submitted on22/02/2017

Review title of grasshopperukExcellent

Best windows yet

16 out of 26 people found this helpful.

User Rating: 1 out of 5

Submitted on04/08/2016

Review title of bagseyeI've had to do 2 re-installs since 'upgrading'

As the title says, I have been required to do two re-installs since taking up the free 'upgrade'. My system can clearly handle it, but the OS has caused me so many problems. Now, I can't upgrade because I have missed the free opportunity, and I sure won't pay for this software in it's current state. I have switched to Linux but unfortunately rely on Windows for Adobe products. This being the case I will have to take the plunge into buying a Mac as I cannot trust this product. Even my older version of Windows 7 is now obsolete because the servers for restoring updates are all but shut off by Microsoft. An absolutely terrible product and service.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.
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This is a full version of Windows 10; we recommend you back up your files before installing. Windows Media Centre is not available in Windows 10. Apps and features may vary by market. Updates are automatically enabled during support period; additional requirements will apply over time. Some features such as touch may require a new device. To check for compatibility, support period and other important installation information, visit your device manufacturer's website and windows.com/windows10specs.


[1] Hardware-dependent


[2] App experiences may vary.


[3] Windows Hello requires specialised hardware, including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor or other biometric sensors.


[4] Broadband Internet required for some features (ISP fees apply). Xbox Live features only available with supported games in Xbox Live-supported countries, see xbox.com/live/countries. Limited number of games available in 2015 that support cross-device play; additional games to follow. Stream to one device at a time; streaming with multiplayer from Xbox One requires home network connection and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately); Gold also required for multiplayer play on Xbox One. DirectX 12 only available with supported games and graphics chips. Game DVR only available with supported hardware. Xbox One, PC/Tablet and Phone versions of games all sold separately.


[5] Cortana available in select markets at launch, experience may vary by region and device.