In a move sure to delight household’s full of Windows Vista computers Microsoft has announced that starting October 22nd, the company will once again offer the Windows 7 Family Pack for $150. The 3-pack of Windows 7 Home Premium 32 or 64 bit editions will go on sale again for a limited time in honor of the launch of Windows 7.
The original family pack was a good deal, offering considerable savings for users with two to three computers in need of an upgrade. Comparatively one copy of Windows 7 Home Premium from Amazon runs $109, a savings of $10 off retail.
The Windows 7 Family pack will only be available for a limited time, and the first allotment last year ran out fairly quickly#mce_temp_url#, so you’ll want to act fast if you need a collection of Windows 7 upgrades. The windows 7 Family Pack can also be used as an affordable method of upgrading your small home business, but you can’t share with just anyone.
If you are a student you can still likely afford to pick up Windows 7 cheaper, in the $25 to $30 range at your campus bookstore or directly form Microsoft for $29.99. If you need more than just Windows 7, and manage technology for an organization you should check out a TechNet subscription which will allow you to access Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 (as well as many other MS tools) for $199.
Via Download Squad