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Author Topic: Students: How to get Windows 7 legally at a discount or free  (Read 3545 times)

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With many people wondering what the Windows 7 pricing will be and whether it will cost less, the same, or more than Vista, there are some ways you can legally get Windows 7 at a discount or even for free when the final version is ready later this year.

1. Between June 26, 2009 and January 31, 2010, any new computer purchased with Windows Vista will qualify for a free upgrade to Windows 7. So if you've been planning on purchasing a new PC in the near future, you should hold off just a little while longer: http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=609&pgno=1

2. Check and see if your school is with the MSDNAA or Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance. If they are, check with their specific MSDNAA site when the final version of Windows 7 comes out to see if they distribute it: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/academic/default.aspx

3. Check with Microsoft DreamSpark. This is a special site from Microsoft that gives out free software to people who have a valid e-mail address from any of the qualifying schools listed. It's possible they could put Windows 7 up there once it's released: https://www.dreamspark.com/default.aspx

4. If you're in the US, Canada or Europe, and are in school, there's a site called Journey Ed that gives out software and other kinds of products at a discount. You just need to show them some kind of proof: http://www.journeyed.com/genInfo.asp?PID=purchReq

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Re: Students: How to get Windows 7 legally at a discount or free
« Reply #1 on: 23. April 2009., 16:26:51 »


Windows 7. Sounds really exciting, especially the super light weight mode. We can only hope that the new OS will set a new standard unlike the overly hyped and super disappointing predecessor Vista.

There is a glimmer of hope: 7 is far less hyped then Vista was... the more hype I see these days, the more it seems like compensation for a junk product. So less hype for 7 is a good sign!

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Re: Students: How to get Windows 7 legally at a discount or free
« Reply #2 on: 30. September 2009., 17:58:23 »
its gonna get heavier with all the updates

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Re: Students: How to get Windows 7 legally at a discount or free
« Reply #3 on: 21. January 2011., 08:47:35 »
Now here is a big surprise for students , now here is a option that you can get Student discount antivirus software ,you can choose any best software from here up to your requirements!!

 

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