Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack for 3 PC’s is Back!

I don’t remember it saying ‘I’ll Be Back!’, but it is and this should be great news for homes with multiple PC’s that users want to upgrade to Windows 7 at an affordable price:

Starting October 3 in the U.S., Windows 7 Family Pack will be available for purchase at participating retailers and online at the Microsoft Store.

Purchasing the Windows 7 Family Pack gives you three upgrade licenses of Windows 7 Home Premium for the low price of $149.99. To take advantage of Family Pack, you’ll need a PC running a genuine copy of either Windows Vista or Windows XP that is capable of running Windows 7. The Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor can tell you which features and editions of Windows 7 will run on your computer(s).

For those of you who don’t live in the U.S., Family Pack may be coming your way too. It goes on sale in Canada, UK, Germany, France, Australia and many other markets on or after Oct. 22 (Windows 7’s 1 year anniversary!)

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Microsoft introduced the Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack Upgrade for 3 PC’s last year for a limited time while stock’s last. It was a major hit among consumers who wanted to upgrade multiple PC’s in their homes at an economically sound price. For months after it was discontinued, persons kept asking on the Microsoft Answer’s Forum, ‘How can I get it?’. Well, its here now, which makes it a great opportunity grab a license for those PC’s still running older versions of Windows.

Users should note that Windows 7 Home Premium Premium Family Pack Upgrade for PC’s is an upgrade license. This means, you need to install it on a computer running a previous version of Windows such as Windows XP or Windows Vista and they must be activated. All three licenses must be installed within the same household. Its a great deal for an awesome OS!

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