Limited Time Offer: Windows 7 at Half Price
Article by George Norman
On 26 Jun 2009
If you are anxiously waiting to get your hands on the final and stable version of Windows 7, then you should know that the Windows 7 Upgrade Program Option site where you can order your free Windows 7 upgrade is up and running. You should also know that Microsoft has announced the official pricing of Windows 7, and the prices are $40 cheaper than what Vista used to cost. But what should really have you excited is the fact that Microsoft announced a 50% discount to all customers that pre-order Windows 7 now.

Windows Communications Manager, Brandon LeBlanc, explains: “As a way of saying thank you to our loyal Windows customers, we are excited to introduce a special time limited offer! We will offer people in select markets the opportunity to pre-order Windows 7 at a more than 50% discount. In the US, this will mean you can pre-order Windows 7 Home Premium for USD $49.99 or Windows 7 Professional for USD $99.99. You can take advantage of this special offer online via select retail partners such as Best Buy or Amazon, or the online Microsoft Store (in participating markets).”

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The downside is that the offer is not available to users all over the world, it is available in a handful of select countries. Users in the US of A, Canada and Japan can pre-order as of today, the 26th of June. Users from the United Kingdom, France and Germany will also be able to pre-order Windows 7, but starting with the 15th of July. All pre-orders will stop as of July 11 (US, Canada and Japan) and August 14 (UK, France, and Germany).

Speaking of the rest of the world, On the 22nd of October, Windows 7 will become generally available, but only in these 14 languages: English, Spanish, Japanese, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Chinese (Hong Kong). Support for an additional 21 languages will be rolled out on the 31st of October: Turkish, Czech, Portuguese, Hungarian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Greek, Ukrainian, Romanian, Arabic, Lithuanian, Bulgarian, Estonian, Slovenian, Hebrew, Thai, Croatian, Serbian Latin, and Latvian.

Additional information on Microsoft’s pre-order offer is available on the official web page here.



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