Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by Jazz, Jun 16, 2014.
Like i said...?
can anybody tell definition SKUs?
stock keeping unit = SKU
MS gives a unique identifier (SKU) to each product or service they offer.
Core Connected Country Specific
Core Country Specific
I think technically that's correct.
We often talk about editionid as sku when we just mean editionid.
editionid are things such as:
So if you hear us referring to SKUs when talking about activation, sometimes we mean the editionid.
...Murph I used to do that. Partner doesn't buy it anymore.
SKUs = Editions, versions of ''Windows 7'', for example
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who? me? no, never. ...well, lets not exaggerate, not on this topic.
in fact,i always think SKU is the version of different windows operating system.
Slight correction: SKU is a different edition of Windows OS.
I refer to SKU as to 'different feature set for different requirements'. (and size of wallet)