Microsoft opens $14.99 Windows 8 upgrade registration, other pricing details leak

By Jos · 9 replies
Aug 21, 2012
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  1. Consumers who purchased a Windows 7 PC on June 2 or later -- up until January 31, 2013 -- can now register for the Windows Upgrade Offer announced in May, which will give them the option to purchase an upgrade…

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  2. No thanks, I stay with XP !!!
  3. How about you pay me to use it because there's no way I am changing over even if it was free...
  4. rayhaan

    rayhaan TS Rookie

    sound very cool awesome
  5. Actually that sounds like a fair deal however you may get Linux for free, which is a much better deal and a better OS, IMO.
  6. Gambit

    Gambit TS Rookie

    Sorry, but Linux is an inferior OS. Not only I have printer issues with Linux, but a lot of the software I run is only available on Windows (To name a few: Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, SnagIt, PowerDirector 10 Ultra, and PowerArchiver 2012) and using Wine severely diminishes the performance any software that I use. The quality of the Linux software (including frees) are a joke compared to their Windows counterparts, especially the proprietary commercial ones. Not to mention that gaming support on Linux is abysmal and it is a poor platform for HTPC (Linux shot itself in the foot by not implementing HDCP support).

    Linux is not without its uses (works great on servers), but for a box I use for both work purposes and entertainment, Linux just isn't a credible replacement. Even Linux zealots would advise against switching to Linux for the reasons stated above.
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  7. Your request has taken too much time to complete. Please start the registration process again by clicking the Register button below.

    Took less than 5 mins, I tried 2 mins still same response. I guess Moneysoft doesn't want me to register for cheaper windows

    3DCGMODELER TS Enthusiast Posts: 307   +18

    me 2

  9. mickey12gauge

    mickey12gauge TS Rookie

    I'm having the same issue...
  10. to those getting an error trying to sign-up - try using Internet Explorer (worked for me once I stopped trying to use Firefox or Chrome)

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