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Windows 7 Family Pack

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    Default Windows 7 Family Pack

    Microsoft Windows will most likely to be launching a new family pack version of Windows 7.
    The family pack will allow users to have the Windows 7 license which can be used on up to 3 PC's in one household. Although nothing has been confirmed by Microsoft as of yet.

    There was such an offer but it was for Microsoft Vista, but this offer was discontinued after a few months of starting it.

    If this Microsoft Windows family pack is correct then we should see it in the markets sometime in October this year.

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    good infounk:

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    Window 7 is officially launched on October 22 nd. Upgrades are available now for at discount rates.

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    Windows 7 pre-order, sadly not available in India & no reply from buyoriginalms.com if there will be an offer in India

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    My friend advised me windows 7 and i am loving it.
    job takes the child away.

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    Hmmm.... kool....

    I am desperately...waiting for the month of October (23).....
    When windows 7 is released...

    Later!!!
    Chill out people!!!,I am just 3rd Year B.tech,CSE,Student.......:rockon:
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    i am already doing on it..
    job takes the child away.

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    I will get it from my msdnaa account on day of release.Also I'm getting Windows 7 RC2 but I it takes quite a time to download 2.27GB archive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Window 7 is officially launched on October 22 nd. Upgrades are available now for at discount rates.
    I do not think its official launch date.

    I got the RC, 64bit, any1 has a problem of disappearing of the taskbar ???
    Usually when i alt tab frm games, the taskbar is not there....

    PS:sry just chked their site, its official now. It was a rumor for long time, seems to be official now
    Last edited by rajan1311; 14th July 2009 at 08:59 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajan1311 View Post
    I do not think its official launch date.

    I got the RC, 64bit, any1 has a problem of disappearing of the taskbar ???
    Usually when i alt tab frm games, the taskbar is not there....

    PS:sry just chked their site, its official now. It was a rumor for long time, seems to be official now
    I think that is the official launch date, as being a developer i attended one of Microsoft event. They announced the same date. It may be possible they delay release of it because of some reason.

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