Gregg Keizer, Computerworld wrote that Microsoft has confirmed pricing of a multi-license “family pack” for Windows 7, as well as the prices for the in-place Anytime Upgrades users can buy to bump up to the next level of the operating system.
As reported earlier when resellers leaked the information, the upcoming Windows 7 Family Pack will be priced at $149.99. The pack lets buyers upgrade as many as three PCs from Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7 Home Premium. Microsoft will start selling the pack October 22, the same day as Windows 7’s debut, in the U.S., Canada and what Microsoft calls “select markets.” For more information juts go through the whole article at Source.
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