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Old 06-26-09, 01:08 PM   #27
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Default Re: Microsoft Outlines Windows 7 Pricing, Upgrade Options

Here is what was in my e-mail this morning:

"You've been using Windows® 7 for a while now, and we hope you've been enjoying a simpler PC experience. Because you've been a loyal Windows customer, we're offering you the Windows 7 upgrade at a great introductory price* - only $49.99 for Home Premium or $99.99 for Professional. It's our way of saying thanks for trying it out. To take advantage of this deal, pre-order your copy while supplies last."

So I guess I can buy this and it up make my copy of Windows 7RC a retail version.
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