Small Business Susan

Win7 updates offers

The good news is that the offers to upgrade to Win7 are now being showcased.

Direct2Dell - Direct2Dell - DELL COMMUNITY:
http://en.community.dell.com/blogs/direct2dell/archive/2009/06/25/dell-and-the-windows-7-upgrade-program.aspx

The bad news is that the offers to upgrade to Win7 are now being showcased:
Are Some Vista Users Getting Screwed on Windows 7? - PC World:
http://www.pcworld.com/article/167407/are_some_vista_users_getting_screwed_on_windows_7.html



I'm a little concerned about the "while supplies last" comment as that could mean not that much of a supply.

I must admit that I too am counting up the Vista Home I have and when I get to the Vista Ultimates going "dang"
okay lost out on that one. Also if I pay more for the Windows 7 Ultimates will you stop offering up the 57 languages I don't need
and must manually decline?

But bottom line count up your Vista Home Premiums and for any Macs, at least you can get that upgrade for $29.


1 comment so far ↓

  • #   Dean on 07.02.09 at 8:09 pm     

    Microsoft is giving away the upgrade versions so cheap because they know that anyone who upgrades over Vista instead of doing a clean install is crazy anyway.