With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft is offering a simple upgrade licence for retail—a departure from the Windows 7 Retail Licence. The System Builder Licence is still the licence used to preinstall Windows 8 on new PCs that you sell. This licence also has a new usage right, the Personal Use Licence.
Experience a fun, interactive guide that will help you learn about the opportunities around unlicensed PCs, Windows 7 desktop licensing and Microsoft’s legalisation solutions for your customers. “Spin the wheel” for information about Windows 7 desktop licensing including:
- How you can help your customers understand Microsoft Windows 7 desktop licensing.
- How they might become a victim of unlicensed PCs.
- Options for legalisation.
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The following Microsoft OEM System Builder Licensing resources include licensing information relating to Office 2010, Windows 7 Client, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Genuine for the System Builder audience. Review this information, available in PDF or demo form.
Learn how to ensure System Builder License requirements are outlined appropriately in distributor, e-tailer, and reseller product messaging or advertising.
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