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This is just a quick PSA to let you know that our Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU) offer is ending in the U.S. this Saturday, July 3.
Right now, with the purchase of any new PC, you can upgrade from Windows 7 Starter to Windows 7 Home Premium for $49.99 ERP (normally $79.99) or Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional for $79.99 ERP (normally $89.99).
If you’re not sure that WAU is right for you, check out this post to see how it works. It’s pretty groovy and painless.
Any chance of new offers coming up for existing XP users to migrate to 7? Missed out on the Family Pack, and it's too expensive to upgrade 4 XP computers in one house by purchasing a license for each one of them.
Well, thats just great. So much for it being an "Anytime" upgrade. It's bad enough the family upgrade pack got dropped.
MrAlex is right, upgrading a whole house hold it way too expensive, and frankly I've been migrating people from Windows XP to Ubuntu. There's no reason in the world you should have to charge that much, and since people really can't afford it, that only leaves one option... go elsewhere.
@MrAlex: I haven't heard anything about new Windows XP to Windows 7 upgrades, but if you follow me on Twitter I'll send out a tweet if I hear something. I'm at www.twitter.com/winashbrown
Why is Microsoft ending the WAU offer under one year. So people have stay what it comes with on the computer or pay for the upgrade DVD. I'm right or wrong about this.
@kylecca: We aren't ending Windows Anytime Upgrade, just the discount promotion we're currently running on these two upgrades.
I've got a question. Where can I get these upgrade prices to go from starter to home premium, The microsoft store and the Upgrader it self both have the $80 price.
@redking31591: Here's where you can get the upgrade online. There's also a participating list of retailers on the page