While we keep our eyes peeled for the best mobile deals for you all the time, we can appreciate a good deal on computer software as well and URCDKeys has recently kicked off its summer sale with some impressive pricing on Windows 10 and Office along with some games to get you through the summer.
Use the 20% discount code “PH20” for all the software keys:
- Win 10 Pro + Office 2016 Pro: $33.43 (after 20% code PH20)
- Win 10 Pro + Office 2019 Pro: $58.80 (after 20% code PH20)
- Windows 10 Pro: $11.74 (after 20% code PH20)
- Office 2016 Pro : $31.38 (after 20% code PH20)
- Office 2019 Pro : $49.76 (after 20% code PH20)
Use the 3% discount code “PH3” for all the game keys:
- Doom Steam CD Key: $35.89 (after 3% code PH3)
- ARK Survival Evolved Steam CD Key: $27.17 (after 3% code PH3)
- The Sims 4 Get Famous DLC Key Global: $32.62 (after 3% code PH3)
- Grand Theft Auto V Rockstar Digital Download Key: $28.30 (after 3% code PH3)
While a Windows 10 Pro license for just $11.74 is definitely a highlight deal, if you need Office the combo pack with Windows 10 Pro with Office 2019 Pro for just $58.80 is an amazing price. Particularly now that the Office apps on Android have gotten quite good, it’s nice to be able to maintain the experience across devices.
And Windows 10 continues to get better with Android, just last week the Your Phone Companion app that allows you to sync data between your Android phone and Windows 10 PC added support to sync over cellular. This had been a bit of a pain point for some people, so it’s great to see the continued development on this service. With Microsoft’s cloud-first focus now there is every reason for them to keep pushing to make Windows 10 the best desktop OS for Android users.
Happy to announce the rollout of the #1 feature you have been asking for: #YourPhone now supports sync over mobile data! No need to have your phone connected to WiFi anymore for messaging, photos, and notifications. Mobile app version 3.8.4. Go to settings>sync over mobile data! pic.twitter.com/KcAGh3Qt8N
— Roberto Bojorquez [Microsoft] (@bojorchess) May 18, 2019