Windows 10 FPP vs OEM: Understanding the Differences for Wholesale Buyers

Aoxue Group, a reputable manufacturer, supplier, and factory from China, offers two versions of Windows 10: FPP and OEM. FPP (Full Packaged Product) is a retail version that can be installed and activated on any compatible device, while OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) is specifically designed for PC manufacturers to install on new devices they sell.

FPP is a more flexible option for those who build or upgrade their own computers, allowing users to transfer the license to a new device if needed. On the other hand, OEM is a cost-effective solution for manufacturers, but the license is tied to the device it is installed on and cannot be transferred.

The main difference between FPP and OEM is the licensing agreement and distribution method. Both versions provide the same features and updates, including the latest security updates.

Whether you choose FPP or OEM, Aoxue Group's Windows 10 is a reliable and efficient operating system that can improve your device's performance and productivity. Contact us to learn more about our Windows 10 products and services.
  • Are you in the market for Windows 10 for your new computer build or upgrade? You may have come across the terms FPP and OEM and wondered what the difference is. Windows 10 FPP (Full Package Product) is a retail version of Windows 10 that can be installed on any computer. It comes with a product key and can be used for both personal and commercial use. The FPP version also includes support from Microsoft for a limited time, allowing for any necessary updates or bug fixes. On the other hand, Windows 10 OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) is intended for computer manufacturers who install Windows 10 on their pre-built computers for sale to consumers. This version is much cheaper than the FPP version but is tied to the specific hardware it was installed on and cannot be transferred to a different computer. So which one should you choose? If you are building or upgrading your own computer, the FPP version may be the better choice as it allows for more flexibility in terms of use and support. However, if you are purchasing a pre-built computer, the OEM version may be a more cost-effective option. Overall, it's important to consider your specific needs and usage before making a decision between Windows 10 FPP and OEM.
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