I think this is the moment some of you were waiting for.
WZor has confirmed it to be final, but if you think otherwise you can do a little research by googling.
Microsoft executives signed off on the final bits for Windows 7 on July 22, and since early August have been working to build market demand for the retail release.The thing is, Australia won't be among the launch countries.Paul Because of the recent decision to meet Draconian European Union (EU) antitrust actions with versions of Windows 7 that do not include Internet Explorer (IE Microsoft will not be offering retail Upgrade versions of the product.At some point, traditional Upgrade packaging will be made available in the EU as well.Vista price, savings, savings home Premium (Upgrade) 119.99 129.99 (10.00) 8, production possibilities curve practice professional (Upgrade) 199.99 199.99.
The company plans a party in New York on October.
This is a huge need, and Microsoft has been aware of this need since before Windows Vista shipped back in 2006.
Check this list for release names.
Find out exactly when you can get the next Windows in my article, Windows 7 Availability Multiple PC licensing: The Windows 7 Family Pack Unlike Apple, Microsoft has never offered a way for its customers to cheaply and easily license multiple copies of its.On that day, Microsoft's PC maker partners will begin shipping Windows 7-based PCs in all available language versions.In the US, you can get Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade for.99 (a 70 savings) and Windows 7 Professional Upgrade for.99 (a 100 savings) during this time.Well, here's some good news, sort of: Microsoft will, at least temporarily, offer a Windows 7 Family Pack for just 150 that includes licenses for three copies of Windows 7 Home Premium.Retail/electronic pricing, as with previous versions of Windows, Microsoft will offer Windows 7 in boxed, retail copies in both Upgrade and Full packaging.The Full version is 12 percent cheaper.Upgrade versions of Windows 7 are aimed at qualifying users of previous versions of Windows, and are thus less expensive.Microsoft is teaming up with party planning service m to recruit a thousand or more hosts to hold Windows 7 house parties around the time of the product's October 22 consumer launch.Available in all markets in which you can legally buy Windows-based PCs-and will run through January 31, 2010.Microsoft expects this situation to last until at least December 31, 2009.