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Microsoft Windows Vista
Where do I find support for my Microsoft Windows Vista products - see the links.
Microsoft Windows 7
Where do I find support for my Microsoft Windows 7 products - see the links.
Microsoft Windows 8/8.1
Where do I find support for my Microsoft Windows 8/8.1 products - see the links.
Microsoft Windows 10
Where do I find support for my Microsoft Windows 10 products - see the links.
Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary
Microsoft have been updating MS Windows 10 a few times now, with some pretty big updates. We have already had the Anniversary update and another large update, also for the Anniversary update.
Microsoft Windows 10 1709
Microsoft released the 1709 update in or around October 2017 - we have seen various results so far.

DataCable repairsMS Windows 10

PAT Testing

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Support links for Microsoft products

 

Microsoft Windows Vista

Microsoft Windows Vista problems

 

Microsoft Windows 7

Microsoft Windows 7 problems

 

Microsoft Windows 8

Microsoft Windows 8 problems

 

Microsoft Windows 8.1

Microsoft Windows 8.1 problems

 

Microsoft Windows 10

Microsoft Windows 10 problems

 

Microsoft COA - is it genuine?

 

Microsoft Certificate of Authenticity (COA)

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/piracy/default.aspx

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/howtotell/default.aspx

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/howtotell/Software.aspx#Packaging

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12440/windows-10-activation

 

Microsoft Certificate of Authenticity (COA) for MS Windows 8/8.1/10

Unlike previous Microsoft operating systems, where you would possibly expect to see an obvious COA sticker. It is now not always apparent or possible to find one - because Microsoft have now placed (or may place) the Product Key (required for activation) in the BIOS and they also now offer various downloadable software - so, it is not always so obvious if you have a genuine product.

So, where as before you might have noticed the COA, now it may or may not be there. Making the identification of the Product Key, more difficult for the user.