Microsoft Windows 7

Discussion in 'General Windows Vista Discussion' started by andrewlehren, Apr 11, 2008.

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    andrewlehren

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    Hi... Every Body...


    I am new to this forum but would just like to add that..

    Before the Vista Issues will be getting settled... there is another OS launch waiting on the doors of Microsoft...

    That is Windows 7... by 2010 :)
     
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    Ian Administrator

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    Hi Andrew, welcome to the site!

    It's hard to believe that another Windows OS is coming out so soon - 2010 is only 1.5 years away :eek:

    I look forward to seeing how the beta performs :)
     
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    Hi.. Mr Admin..


    thanks.. and hope to learn and share my knowledge each day by day.. through the forum...

    Cheersss!!!
     
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    Anyone know if Windows 7 will have a discounted upgrade for Vista users?
     
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    Microsoft normally offer a cheaper "upgrade" edition of Windows for owners of previous operating systems - so I'd like to think so :)
     
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    Windows 7 discount for Vista

    Yes, there will be a discount for Vista users, BUT only if you purchase a machine with Vista within a certain time window ... Complete details have yet to be released ...
     
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