On Friday Microsoft finally released the price for the Windows 7 Family Pack. With the Family Pack, users will be permitted to upgrade to the Home Premium edition on up to three PCs. The Family Pack was unintentionally announced previously on the Internet, but a price was never made public. At only $149, the Windows 7 Family Pack is very economical for users upgrading from XP or Vista.
Microsoft also indicated that users who already have Windows 7 will be able to upgrade with the Windows Anytime Upgrade option. Microsoft is looking forward to hopefully selling many of the upgrades from Windows 7 starter to Windows 7 Home premium, the most crucial upgrade for netbook users who want more Windows options. The price is advertised at only $79.99, while the price to upgrade from Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional is $89.99 and the more pricier of the options, the upgrade from Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Ultimate will cost you $139.99, which isn't bad considering the price from Windows Vista Home Premium to Vista Ultimate was 12% greater.
No disk is needed to upgrade your Windows 7, although previous Windows products have required one. A much simpler and more appealing way to consumers consists of only entering a product code and can be completed in as little as ten minutes. These upgrades will be available in 12 countries, including the U.S. and may be purchase online or in store.