VPC Ed. Pricing and Version Recommendation needed
mdswindell at charter.net
Fri Feb 11 15:31:07 CST 2005
No, I'm in the elementary education system in California. I own no
Windows OS products or licenses. MS offers only links to stores, and
I see no Ed pricing at any of them, nor at Apple.
On Feb 11, 2005, at 12:31 PM, Judy Perry wrote:
> Are you at a university? My university bookstore either stocks it or
> order it. I suppose you could also order it directly from Microsoft.
> you already have access to a license for XP, just get the emulator
> without the OS (for example, your ed institution may well have a
> agreement that allows you a free/low-cost license for home use). This
> should bring down the cost considerably.
> On Fri, 11 Feb 2005, Mark Swindell wrote:
>> Is there a place to get an Education discount on VPC 7? And which
>> version would a PC know-nothing be best off getting? I was thinking
>> Home Edition. I only need it to run a couple of older programs and
>> test Rev. stacks and standalones for PC.
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