Windows 10: Resseling RETAIL unused WIN10 license

Discus and support Resseling RETAIL unused WIN10 license in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; Hello, I have opportunity to legally buy approx 100 pieces of Windows 10 Retail licenses for a fair price. I have a company that can trade inside EU.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by CouthGoldfish49, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. Resseling RETAIL unused WIN10 license


    Hello,


    I have opportunity to legally buy approx 100 pieces of Windows 10 Retail licenses for a fair price. I have a company that can trade inside EU. Question is if I legally buy Retail licenses and get paycheck for purchase that will be addressed on my company , can I resell it trough my company to third parity users?

    :)
     
    CouthGoldfish49, Mar 15, 2019
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  2. Phats0 Win User

    upgraded Win7 retail to Win10. HOW do I install this license on NEW HARDWARE?

    I've upgraded my PC to WIN10 from Win7 with a retail(non-OEM) license.

    What are the steps i need to take to
    install and activate that license on a NEW PC?
     
    Phats0, Mar 15, 2019
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  3. Vehemos Win User
    Transferring Win10 License from Retail to OEM

    So I just bought a new ASUS Laptop (64bit) with FreeDOS in it. I have a pirated copy of win7 ultimate 64bit (With OEM license) lying around so I installed it just to see how it goes. I know that pirated copies are eligible for 30 Day trial win10 upgrade.
    I have another HP 32 bit laptop with win10 Pro already installed and activated and it had a retail version of win7. I no longer need the HP laptop so I wanted to transfer its Win10 License to my ASUS laptop which will have the trial version. I read somewhere
    that OEM licensed laptops will invalidate my win10 license, Can transferring the retail version of win10 from HP to OEM ASUS work fine?

    ~Thank You
     
    Vehemos, Mar 15, 2019
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  4. Resseling RETAIL unused WIN10 license

    After upgrade, will license still be retail or not ?

    Original title: If users upgrade from win 8.1 retail to win10 free upgrade, will the license still be retail or not ?

    If users upgrade from win7/8.1 retail to win10 free upgrade, will the license still be retail or not ? can it be transferrable still and how wi if users upgrade from win7/8.1 retail to win10 free upgrade, will the license still be retail or not ? can it
    be transferrable still and how will that work? i only want to know this, and a lot of other people would like to knowll that work?
     
    Amith Ingalagi, Mar 15, 2019
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