Monday, August 20, 2012

Registration For $15 Windows 8 Upgrade Is Now Live

Microsoft's discount upgrade offer for that we previously reported on has now gone live. Customers that bought a qualifying PC between June 2 of this year or plan to buy one before the end of January 2013, can now register to pick up their copy of the new OS for $14.99. Just go to Microsoft's upgrade offer website, where you'll be asked to put in some information about your PC and the product key that came with the older version of Windows and on or around Oct. 26, when Windows 8 officially launches, you'll get an email and upgrade online.

The offer is for customers (e.g. Home users, students, and enthusiasts) who purchase a qualified PC. A qualified PC is a new PC purchased during the promotional period with a valid Windows 7 OEM Certificate of Authenticity and product key for, and preinstalled with:

Windows 7 Home Basic;
Windows 7 Home Premium;
Windows 7 Professional; or
Windows 7 Ultimate.

The promotional price is limited to one upgrade offer per qualified PC purchased, and a maximum limit of five upgrade offers per customer. Each upgrade license will apply to only one PC and may only be installed on PCs with a valid base license to a qualifying operating system (i.e., Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista or Windows 7).

Register now at and for more information about the offer checkout the Windows Upgrade Offer FAQs

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