Re: No Windows 7 home disc, but I have the key
I still don’t understand what OEM is. :-o
I am reading out there on the internet:
An example of OEM software would be:
You purchase a printer and you get a photo-editing application bundled with the printer. This software has been supplied to the printer manufacturer under an OEM licence, and usually can only be sold or given away to consumers who purchase a printer.
Typically, you will find that OEM software does not come with a manual or a box. If it is software that you are experienced in using then having no manual won’t be a problem, but if not, most OEM software does still come with the built-in help system.
In most countries the majority of OEM software must be purchased with accompanying hardware. However, some OEM software can be purchased separately, and the difference in price between OEM and full retail software can be substantial. So if having no box, no manual and no technical support is not a concern, then it can be a great deal.
note: Some OEM software is a cutdown version of its retail counterpart, always make sure the software has all of the features you need…”
OH MY, IT FEELS BAD. :-(:idea: