Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack Savings

by Mike McEvoy on October 13, 2010

windows-7-home-premium-family-pack

Microsoft originally launched Windows 7 in October 2009. At that time they offered a money-saving, special priced Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack for 3 PCs for $149. This special Windows 7 pricing only lasted for a few months and was then discontinued. Recently, Microsoft re-launched the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade Family Pack (3-User) special offer. This special upgrade pack includes the licenses to upgrade up to three PCs running either Windows XP or Windows Vista to the Windows 7 Home Premium version.

If you are considering upgrading more than one laptop or desktop computer Windows 7 Family Upgrade pack is a bargain. The price of $149 is actually not much more than the cost of a single Windows 7 license. In fact when Microsoft discontinued the original Windows 7 Family Pack for 3 PCs there were reports of some resellers selling the product for significantly more than its $149 list price since three separate Windows 7 licenses cost more than $400.

The Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack upgrade product includes both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 Home Premium on DVD. While Microsoft also offers a Windows 7 Pro version for larger business environments, the Home Premium version works great for home users and most small businesses. For people who have been contemplating upgrading 2 or more Windows XP or Windows Vista computers this special priced offer might make it more feasible.

For more information on Windows 7 be sure to check out a couple of our previous posts on Microsoft’s latest operating system:

Windows 7 Release Insights
This includes a range of detailed information about Windows 7 along with a number of links to additional articles on features, details and opinions of the operating system.

Windows 7 – Eight Reasons You Will Want It
From the post: “Windows 7 is here and there are plenty of new and useful aspects to Microsoft’s latest version of the Windows operating system family. While Windows 7 is not a revolutionary step, it is an impressive evolutionary step. It provides a significant number of reasons to upgrade your current Windows computer or, if your budget permits, to retire that five or six year old computer…”

Many people have several computers running throughout their house or small business. This Windows 7 Home Premium 3-license package is a great way to upgrade the operating system for a number of PCs for as little as $50 per PC.

Share

{ 1 comment }

ComputerTooSlowRepair December 8, 2010 at 6:58 am

That is a pretty good deal. Also, as an FYI, it looks like they are adding a router to the package as well which makes it an even better deal.

Comments on this entry are closed.

Previous post:

Next post: