SCDkey Crazy 11.11 sale gets you a genuine lifetime copy of Windows 10 for only $14!


For the past several years, we’ve seen the rise in the popularity of the 11.11 sale. An event that originally started in China, we have seen it grow and expand to countries all around the world.

It also covers a wide variety of products, ranging from physical products like phones, tablets, computers, but also software, like the deal that the folks at SCDKey are running right now where they have offering massive discounts across Windows and Office.

These deals are pretty sweet because it will allow you to nab a genuine copy of Windows 10 from as low at $14, and they are also tossing in a 25% discount if you were to use the skpha coupon code upon checkout, so make sure to check out these deals if you’re looking for new copies of Windows or Office.

Buy and install your OEM copy of Windows

  1. Click on any of SCDKey’s links above
  2. On the product page, click on the Buy Now button to add it to your cart
  3. Before you submit and pay for your order, make sure you enter the skpha coupon code in the coupon text field to apply an additional 25% savings
  4. Click on Submit Order
  5. Choose your method of payment and key in the payment details
  6. When the transaction successfully goes through, you should receive your Windows or Office OEM license in the same email address you provided
  7. Now on your computer, click the Start Menu and go to Settings
  8. Select Update & Security
  9. Click Activate Windows or Change Product Key
  10. Enter the license code that you just received in your email and you should now have a genuinely activated version of Windows on your computer

OEM VS Retail

The prices that SCDKey are offering are incredibly cheap to the point where you might question how is it so cheap, especially compared to what Microsoft is selling on its website? If you’re concerned about whether or not you’re getting a genuine copy of Windows, you can rest assured that you are.

This is because the copy of Windows and Office that SCDKey is selling is an OEM copy. This is a copy that is typically sold to computer manufacturers who need to install Windows and/or Office on the PCs they sell.

Obviously forcing OEMs to purchase them at retail prices would be unreasonable as it would result in the cost of computers going up, and with the millions of PCs sold, it would mean that OEMs would need to invest tens, if not hundreds, of million upfront, which is why OEM copies are much cheaper.

The main downside to an OEM copy is that it is usually linked to your PCs motherboard which means that moving the license to a new PC would be difficult, if not possible. But seeing as how cheap it is being sold for, it would still be cheaper to buy another OEM copy than pay the full retail price.

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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