$300 for the Premium version - OUCH! That's pretty bad compared to the $129 full price of Snow Leopard. Even their upgrade price of $199 is a kick in the balls compared to Apple's $29 upgrade price. Ugh!
It has taken Microsoft 10+ years to come up with a box that's easy to open. Here's hoping that they spend the next 10 years coming up with a way to make Windows easier to USE!
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"From Friday through July 11, consumers in the U.S. will be able to buy an upgrade copy of Windows 7 Home premium for $49 or Windows 7 Professional for $99. That offer is good for both XP and Windows Vista PCs, regardless of whether someone has been trying out the pre-release version of the operating system."
So for a couple of weeks I can get it for $49/$99?
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