Right now, you can pick up a Windows 10 Pro genuine OEM key for just $12.48 from URCDKeys when you enter our special discount code during checkout. Normally, they would sell it for around $54.22 (although it’s discounted to $15.61 at the time of writing) and the price is way higher when non-OEM key is purchased directly from Microsoft.

It is important to note that this is a genuine OEM key and can be installed on any PC.

Buy: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD KEY: $12.48 using code RM20 at check out | Original price: $54.22

At this point, everyone reading this probably knows all about Windows 10 and what it has to offer, but just in case you need a little refresher, here’s what Microsoft has to say about it.

“Windows 10 is a new generation of Windows designed to empower you to do great things. Windows 10 starts to deliver on our vision of more personal computing, defined by trust in how we protect and respect your personal information, mobility of the experience across your devices, and natural interactions with your Windows devices, including speech, touch, ink and holograms.”

In order to avail this offer, simply head over to URCDKeys’ page for Windows 10 Pro OEM keys here and enter code RM20 at check out when buying to bring the price down to just $12.48.

Once you get hold of the genuine OEM key for Windows 10 Pro, simply download Windows 10 Pro from here and install it the usual way. Once installed, head over to Control Panel > System section of Windows and when you are there, click on “Change product key” option and then enter your genuine OEM key which you just got from URCDKeys to activate your copy of Windows 10 as genuine.

And that is pretty much it! Remember, you need to enter the aforementioned discount code when checking out in order to avail 20% price reduction. Enjoy your system running genuine Windows 10 version!

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