Windows 8 help and support on the upgrade offer

Windows 8 upgrade, Windows 8 help

Upgrading the OS

Well folks, it’s all about the Windows 8 operating system these days. People are going nuts for a lot of reasons. Well, I must confess, I am one of them. Even before the operating system is released worldwide, Microsoft is neck deep in enquiries concerning the Windows 8 upgrade. The interesting news is that Microsoft has announced that users can sign up to receive the upgrade for just £14.99. At the same time, you need to note that you can sign up only after June 2. The operating system will be released on the 26th of the October.

Microsoft experts on the new Windows 8

As mentioned above, Microsoft recently announced that Windows 7 PC users can upgrade to

Windows 8 upgrade, Windows 8 help

Upgrading the OS

the Windows 8 Pro for just £14.99. But don’t get too excited, this dream deal only works for those who buy the new PC between 2 June 2012 and 31 January 2013. If you dig in deep, I think you will get the business tactic behind this deal. On top of that, you can register at their website. This is available in 140 countries around the globe. Registering online for this is pretty easy. Visit the website and select the country you live in. After this step, you will be asked to register your details and other necessary information. This includes the name of the retailer, date of purchase model and brand of the PC. On top of that, you will be asked to give your Windows 7 product key. This is normally 25 digits.

After this step, you will receive the promo codes sent by Microsoft to your email. Normally, when you try to upgrade through Microsoft’s website, you will be displayed with the price tag of £49.99. This is only for general Windows 8 upgrade. All you need to do is enter the promo code and see the magic for yourselves. The price is displayed as £14.99. Even if you are the unlucky ones who bought the Windows 7 PC before June 2, there are consolation prizes. You will get the new OS for just £39.99. As such, the term Metro is likely to get deleted from the Microsoft dictionary.

Hope the above article was simple and easy, good day folks!

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