Jun 28 2009

Windows 7 Discount Prompts Big Response From Consumers

A lot of US, Canadian, and Japanese consumers have been pre-ordering the software for the Windows 7 operating system. And for 50% off, why not?

This deal is only available from now until July 11th, at least for customers within the United States, Canada, and Japan, so if you want in, you gotta act fast! There are less than two more weeks until this offer is officially over.

Participating retailers, including Best Buy and Amazon.com, are currently offering the Home Premium edition of the software for $49.99 and the Professional Edition for $99.99. American customers can even order the OS directly from Microsoft.com.

After July 11th, the price for the Windows 7 software is planned to increase. It’s to cost roughly 8% less than that of the current Microsoft Vista software.

Via TheNationalBusinessReview.

Image via Science&TechnologyNews.

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