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I'm not clear on how we can upgrade to Windows 8 Enterprise from my existing Windows 7 Pro. It 's mentioned here that we can upgrade to Windows 8 Enterprise from a Windows 7 Pro (Volume License). What is Volume License exactly? Is the enterprise edition only available for organizations?

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If you don't know what a Volume license is, then you don't have one, which means you will have to installed Windows 8 Enterprise from scratch. – Ramhound Oct 25 '12 at 2:53

To know about Volume Licensing, see here

It is quite obvious from its name, that it is meant for Organisations (who would buy thru Volume Licensing).

You would not be eligible for the same - you would need to buy a copy of Windows 8 to install it.

However, if you purchased your PC recently, you may be eligible for certain upgrade plans. Check here:

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