Windows 7 Family Pack availability winding down

ComputerWorld is reporting that availability of Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack will be ending at online merchant site Amazon.com December 31st 2010. This could be hinting at a possible end also at Microsoft’s own online store. If you have not upgraded to Windows 7, this is a good opportunity to pick up a license, especially for homes running older versions of Windows such as XP and Vista.

Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack upgrade for 3 PC’s

The Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack was originally introduced in October 2009 for a short period. Because of its popularity and based on feedback, Microsoft decided to bring it back in October 2010 without a specific end date for availability, only indicating while supplies last. The family pack is an upgrade license which requires that the PC is running a installed and activated Windows Vista or XP license. You don’t need to install all the licenses at once.

Resources

Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade Family Pack – Buy from Microsoft Store
Amazon’s page for the Family Pack

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One response to “Windows 7 Family Pack availability winding down

  1. Zoey

    I can NOT do anything with my windows 7… my windows installer does not WORK AT ALL, I can NOT run anything as administrator on the cmd prompt line…. It is a mess… How can I fix anything when NOTHING works???????? I purchased this laptop less than a year ago and just now decided to try and instaLL SOMETHING…. but I can not install drivers, programs NOTHING… Please help me this is sooooooo frustrating… What can I possibly do to fix this sick windows 7 that came with my computer???? DPNeece@aol.com

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