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If You Need Windows 11, You Can Get It For Only $30 This Weekend

Typically sold for well over $100, you can pick up a Windows 11 Pro license for only $30.


If you're planning on building your own PC or want to replace your operating system, you should check out this deal on Windows 11 Pro. Over at StackCommerce, you can purchase a Windows 11 Pro license for only $30. Windows 11 Pro retails for $200 (Home version is $139) directly from Microsoft, so this is quite the deal if you're in need of a Windows 11 license.

That’s an impressive price cut, but not everyone will be eligible for the savings. Specifically, this purchase is designed for “PCs that need a new license for Windows and meet the minimum requirements for Windows 11.” If you need help checking your specs, you can verify your compatibility here.

It's worth noting that if you already have an active Windows 10 license, you should be able to upgrade for free. This deal could be useful for you if you're looking to build your own computer or want to install Windows on a compatible device that doesn't currently have it.

Once you’ve verified your computer will support Windows 11, you’ll have 30 days to redeem your code after purchase. One key can be used for up to three devices, and you’ll be granted lifetime access to Windows 11 Pro.

Windows 11 makes a few big changes to the operating system, with a simple new UI, enhanced security features, and the ability to create custom layouts to enhance your productivity. Here’s a look at some of the features that are included with your purchase:

Windows 11 Pro features

  • BitLocker device encryption
  • Device encryption
  • Find my device
  • Firewall & network protection
  • Internet protection
  • Parental controls & protection
  • Secure boot
  • Windows Hello
  • Windows Information Protection (WIP)
  • Windows Security

Disclosure: The GameSpot Deals storefront is run by one of GameSpot's affiliate partners, StackCommerce. If you have any issues with your order, please contact StackCommerce.

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