Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Window 7-Out on 22nd October

Microsoft has done a good job with Windows 7, not just technology wise but also in terms of creating a positive buzz around the software.
I know quite a few people who tested Windows 7  beta and RC and are very excited to own a full version as soon as it is officially released.
There is no mystery around the release date of Windows 7 which is October 22nd but the prices were being speculated. Well, today all of that ends as the prices of all the versions of Windows 7 are announced.
Following is the price list of upgrade packages of Windows 7
And the retail prices for full packaged of Windows 7

  • Windows 7 Home Premium (Full): $199.99
  • Windows 7 Professional (Full): $299.99
  • Windows 7 Ultimate (Full): $319.99
The company also announced a special 50% discount on Windows 7 pre-order for its customers in US, Canada and Japan. Windows 7 Home Premium (Upgrade) for $49.99 and Windows 7 Professional (upgrade) for $99.99.
For customers in US, Canada and Japan click here to pre-order you copy of Windows 7 Home Premium (Upgrade) for $49.99 and here for Windows 7 Professional (Upgrade) for $99.99!
This offer ends July 5th in Japan and on July 11th in US and Canada. Customers in UK, France and Germany, will be able to pre-order starting July 15th through August 14th.
Starting today, 26th of June, anyone who buys a PC with any version of Vista loaded will be eligible for an upgrade of a similar version of Windows 7.
Windows 7 will be launched in 14 languages on October 22nd and in 21 laungages on October 31st. This is the first time ever Microsoft will be releasing an OS with all the supported languages within a week from its release.

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