Hi guys, I need to know some things which are mind-boggling. Why do or for what purpose homes users use VL Windows? In WinXP and Office 2007 I could understand installing VL won't ask for an online activation, but not in Win7+ or Office 2010 or above versions. What I myself do is, go to msdn site, find the most recent hashes or filename I want search for it online and install but here at mdl, I see many people posting links of stuff which is not even available on msdn website. That, and some M$ software which comes with only VL license why'd you necessarily use a VL ISO for that? Like, I downloaded an Office ProPlus 2007 off of the net with matching msdn hashes, but I'm able to use retail and VL keys altogether, how is this possible? Wouldn't a retail ISO not even be validating a VL key or vice versa? I've plenty of questions in my mind, but I will be asking few of those. Please be kind. Thanks.