I see now I gave up my study too soon , but then again the win7 64 pro oem version is somewhat reasonably priced..Anon wrote:Mine came in the form of a DVD-R .ToonArmy wrote:You should see my student version, its in a DVD sized piece of anonymous white cardboard.Tom wrote:But how could you live without the big and beautiful box that the regular version comes in, as opposed to the DVD case that the OEM is sold in.
But, seriously, I would never pay for the full version when the OEM version is available. I can do without the big pretty box and all of the manuals and such - OEM is perfect for me (and so is its price).
But hey, MSDNAA gave me 2 free copies. I'm not complaining
Steam blocks the UI while it's updating for me, although this is a new issue and never used to happen.Desdenova wrote:At the moment, it seems like there's issues with Steam and Windows 7, however it is being worked on from what I've seen. SyntaxError90's been having issues himself between the two, might want to poke him and ask him about them.
It works if you give it time, not a show stopper but a little annoying. Once it has got going though it's fine.Tom wrote:Steam is one of my most used programs, so this does concern me somewhat. What exactly are the main issues that Steam is having on Windows 7, such as the one Chris pointed out? Hopefully Sam comes by and sees this topic because I'd like to hear his input, as well.