The main platform scdkey.com has prepared a new promotion that allows you to buy computer software at a lower price. The sale applies to Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems as well as the Office suite and comes in various forms. Using the promotional code, activated at the time of ordering, you can get an additional 25% off the regular price. It is also worth noting that when you purchase a Windows 10 key, you can get a free upgrade to Windows 11.
If you’ve been waiting for an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 or an AMD Ryzen 7950X, you can at least save a little on Windows.
For all programs from the list below, with a promotional code “pure“You will receive 25% off from the price shown on the website. The product code will be sent to your email address after purchase, but it will also be available in your account settings on the “My Purchases” tab. Payment can be made by credit cards, PayPal, bank transfer and Przelewy24, but some of them charge additional fees.
Microsoft Windows operating systems
Microsoft Office suites
Microsoft Windows and Office suites
The ordering process in scdkey store is very simple. After creating the account, go to the card of the selected product, and click “Buy now“Go to the basket. Then go in.”pure” In the field “promo codeand clickProgressing“The information for the discount granted should appear in the lower right corner. Then click”Check it outAnd we go through the payment house. When we make the payment, we will also receive the product code shown in the profile tab: ‘My Purchased’.
Purchased product code, such as Windows 10 Home, must be activated. To do this, go to: Start bar – Settings – Update and security – Activation – Change product key. In the Enter Product Key field, enter the code you purchased on the scdkey and click Next. After activating the key, you will see the following message: “Windows has been activated with a digital license linked to your Microsoft account.”
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