December 11, 2013
A Weblog by Bradley Cain
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Windows 7 is coming October 22, 2009 and is a significant step in the evolution of Windows as an operating system.
Sadly, it will cost you $119.99, $199.99 or $219.99 for Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate upgrades respectively.
But if you are a fanatical geek (or a smart consumer) you can score a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional for $49 or $99. That’s half off!
But there’s a catch.
You have until July 11 or “until supplies run out” to pre-order your copy from Microsoft at the link below. After that the price goes up to the regular, retail pricing.
It is worth noting that Best Buy and a handful of other retail stores will be participating in this offer if you like to rock your software brick and mortar style.
To put it in Microsoft’s words, “Sit back and smile. You scored.”
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