Microsoft Drops Prices for Windows 7, Offers Upgrade Deals


The unusual move was one of a series of Windows 7 pricing announcements made by the company Thursday morning in preparation for the scheduled Oct. 22 launch. Under the plan, Windows 7 Home Premium will be available for $199.99 in stores, $40 less than Windows Vista Home Premium.

Details, including special offers.

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