Dell Windows 7 Option Upgrade Program

via @Dovella

If you are looking into purchase a new PC from Dell, you have the opportunity of also getting a free upgrade to Windows 7 when it becomes available in October:

Customers that purchased select Dell™ systems are eligible to register and receive an upgrade to Windows® 7. Please visit the link at the bottom of the page for more detail on eligibility requirements.

To notify Dell of your interest in the upgrade, you will need to register by providing details on your system and setting up an account. When Windows® 7 is available, you will receive an e-mail requesting that you log into your account and place your order. Dell will use your email address to send status updates to keep you informed of your upgrade registration and order.

Note that a DVD drive will be required for installation of the upgrade.
Tax, shipping and handling charges may apply at the time of order placement, and if so, a credit card will be required for payment.
Now, let’s get started.

Learn more here

Richard H. over at his Windows Observer blog also has some details for Windows Vista customers about getting a free upgrade to Windows 7 if you missed out on the early pre-order program. As you might (but should) know, Microsoft ended its early pre-order program yesterday which entitled customers to a 50% discount for Windows 7 Home Premium for USD $49.99 or Windows 7 Professional for USD $99.99. This special offer was made available online via select retail partners such as Best Buy or Amazon, or the online Microsoft Store (in participating markets).

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More information on Windows 7: Pricing and Availability

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