Valentine’s Day Sale: VIP-SCDkey Windows 10 PRO OEM only for $15!


Valentine’s Day will be around the corner before we know it, but if you don’t have plans and maybe you just want to stay home, then how about giving your computer a well-deserved upgrade? If this sounds like something you might be interested in, then don’t miss out on VIP-SCDkey’s Valentine’s Day sale!

The company will be offering a discount on Windows 10 Pro OEM where you’ll be able to nab it for just $15 after applying the 22% skpha coupon code that they gave to us, so if you’ve been thinking about upgrading, now’s a good time to do so.

Other VIP-SCDkey deals to check out

In case you don’t need a new copy of Windows 10 Home or Pro, not to worry because the deal that VIP-SCDKey is offering also covers other software like Office 2016 or Office 2019. The skpha code that they’ve given us also works across its website, which means that you’ll be able to purchase other software at a discount as well, so be sure to use that code on checkout to take advantage of the 22% discount.

Do note that apart from Microsoft software, VIP-SCDkey does sell other software like games and computer utility software, such as anti-virus software that will help protect your PC against viruses and malware. Those might be worth checking out as well if you’re looking for a more robust anti-virus tool that will help keep you protected while you’re online or if you’re looking for a new game to play.

What’s the difference between OEM and Retail?

If you were to go to Microsoft’s website and look at the retail cost of Windows 10 Pro, it might shock you to find out how expensive it is. This begs the question of, why is OEM so cheap? If you were worried about piracy or scams, you can rest assured that this isn’t the case.

OEM keys are typically bought by computer manufacturers who need to install Windows on their prebuilt desktops and laptops. These keys are only good for a one-time use, meaning that once you’ve installed it, you can’t use it again on another PC, even if you uninstall the original copy.

Retail, on the other hand, lets you move the Windows license from one computer to another (assuming it’s been uninstalled), which saves you the hassle of purchasing a new key every time. That being said, VIP-SCDkey’s Windows 10 Pro OEM prices are so low that it is still probably cheaper to just purchase another OEM key if you need to install Windows on another computer in the future.

Windows 10 Pro VS Windows 10 Home

If you don’t really use your PC for much, apart from surfing the web, chatting, sending out emails, and playing games every now and then, Windows 10 Home is usually more than enough to get the job done.

This doesn’t mean that Windows 10 Pro isn’t worth upgrading to, especially with this deal that drops a Windows 10 Pro OEM license to just $15, there’s really no reason to make the upgrade.

Some of the features that you can look forward to in Windows 10 Pro include additional security that some users might actually be able to take advantage of. This includes BitLocker device encryption so that in the event that your device is lost or stolen, you’ll be able to put all your files on lockdown and encrypt it so that whoever stole it will not be able to access them.

Windows Information Protection is also another noteworthy feature that will help prevent accidental data leaks, great for enterprise users who keep sensitive files on their hard drives.

We are also looking at features like mobile device management, Remote Desktop Protocol, and many more. So if you’re convinced that maybe it’s time to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro, then be sure to check out VIP-SCDkey’s Valentine’s Day sale and don’t forget to use the skpha code on checkout!

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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