Windows 7 Pricing Has Arrived

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Earlier this week, Microsoft announced their Windows 7 pricing options for their much anticipated new OS for all PC users running Windows.

According to ARS Technica, “Microsoft today announced Windows 7 retail pricing, upgrade information, launch details, and a preorder deal. The software giant has reduced the price on its most popular retail Windows product, the Home Premium upgrade version, by approximately 10 percent (this varies based on the market). In the US, this means a drop from $130 to $120, a savings of $10. For the Home Premium full version, the price drops from $240 to $200.”

Upgrade retail products

Windows Vista
as of 1/2007

Windows Vista
as of 2/2008

Windows 7
as of 10/2009

Home Premium$159.99Home Premium$129.99Home Premium$119.99

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