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    Pricing varies between sources but part numbers have remained the same

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    Default Re: [DailyTech] Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade, Family Pack Pricing Leaked

    By mfed3 on 7/10/2009 9:37:37 AM , Rating: 2
    Win7 family pack is $135 for 3 licenses, one time deal, free service packs forever.

    How does it make any sense whatsoever for someone to get a technet subscription.

    That half a brain you grew is completely useless and you are an invalid.
    According to Expercom, upgrading from Windows 7 Starter to Home premium will cost $81.95. Going from Home Premium to Professional will cost $90.95 and going from Home Premium to Ultimate will cost $137.95.
    U.S. and Canadian consumers have until Saturday, July 11 to pre-order Windows 7 at an ultra cheap price of $49.99 for a Home Premium upgrade or $99.99 for an upgrade to the professional edition. Pre-orders in UK, Japan, France, and Germany will run from July 15 to August 14.
    ncluding Neowin.net, GeekSmack.net, and Wzor report that the final "gold" build of Windows 7 will occur on July 10 and the OS will see a release-to-manufacturing on July 13. Release to manufacturing builds are typically identical to general availability builds for major software releases. However, if a major bug is encountered, its possible the consumer release could feature something new.
    http://www.dailytech.com/Reports+Win...ticle15596.htm

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