Posts in Windows 7 Home Premium

Dell, en Español

By Ben Rudolph

This morning Dell announced the new the new Inspiron M5030, the first Spanish-language laptop available in the , to Los Angeles   It’s the same laptop that Dell successfully introduced to customers in Miami and Atlanta in   The M5030… Read more

Networked TV Tuners are chock full of win

By Pete Brown

Brandon covered the big news this week for Windows Media Center enthusiasts: Ceton released a firmware upgrade and software package that allows you to assign the streams from their InfiniTV TV tuner to other Windows 7 PCs across the network,… Read more

Windows 7 Family Pack Makes a Comeback Today

By Ashley Brown

Starting today, customers in the United States can purchase the Windows 7 Family Pack at participating retailers and online at the Microsoft This is your chance to get up to three PCs running Windows 7 Home Premium for the low… Read more

The MSI GX640 & the beauty of Device Stage

By Ben Rudolph

Normally when I review a laptop, I spend most of my time on performance and design – how it looks, how it feels to hold and type on, how it performs under various   Today’s post on the MSI GX640… Read more

WAU Now

By Ashley Brown

This is just a quick PSA to let you know that our Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU) offer is ending in the this Saturday, July Right now, with the purchase of any new PC, you can upgrade from Windows 7 Starter… Read more

Two Really Big Deals

By Ashley Brown

Behind door number one: If you’re in the market for a new PC, I’ve got a deal for For a limited time, the Microsoft Store is offering an HP Pavilion DM4 with Windows 7 Home Premium and an Xbox 360… Read more

Acer drops new AMD-powered Aspire One netbooks

By Ben Rudolph

Acer is probably best known for being one of the players responsible for sparking the netbook craze with the launch of their immensely popular Acer Aspire Today, they’re refreshing that line with two new AMD-powered netbooks, the ” Acer Aspire… Read more