One of the expenses that people sometimes tend to forget when putting together a new computer is the cost of the Windows license. Surfing down to Microsoft’s website you might be shocked to find out how much the retail license of Windows 10 costs, but if you are looking for a legitimate copy of Windows 10 but don’t want to break the bank, VIP-SCDKey has you covered.
The company is having a promotion where using the skpha discount code, you will be able to save 20% on the OEM key for both Office and/or Windows 10, which brings prices down to as low as $15 for Windows 10 Pro, or $26 for Office 2016.
- Windows 10 Pro OEM Key – $15.55 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Windows10 home OEM Key- $13.98 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Office 2016 Professional Plus Key – $26.98 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Office 2019 Professional Plus Key – $45.21 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Windows 10 Pro OEM+ Office 2016 Pro Plus – $36.86 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Windows 10 Pro OEM+ Office 2019 Pro Plus – $52.78 (after 20% coupon skpha)
Is Windows 10 Pro worth the upgrade?
For the most part, many of us are able to get by with using Windows 10 Home. It is the base version of Windows 10 and it gets the job done and then some. But this isn’t to say that Windows 10 Pro isn’t worth the upgrade. Sure, it might be aimed at more professional users, but who’s to say that you can’t benefit from some of the added features that the Pro version can offer over the Home version?
For starters, the Pro version of Windows 10 offers a lot more security features than the Home version. This includes things like BitLocker device encryption that helps prevent your files from being read or accessed in the event your device, like your laptop, is stolen.
There are also tools such as Windows Information Protection that are designed to help prevent accidental data leaks, especially useful if you might want sensitive information on your computer that you don’t want to expose or have fall into the wrong hands. Windows 10 Pro also comes with mobile device management, Remote Desktop Protocol, and so on.
Plus, with VIP-SCDKey offering a 20% discount with the skpha code which drops Windows 10 Pro’s OEM price down to $15.55, it’s actually a rather affordable upgrade.