Saturday, July 11, 2009

If you buy a PC now, be sure to come with upgrading to Windows 7

Then attach them to an official statement where Microsoft clearly explains what the program that allows to obtain the latest Microsoft operating system your PC if you buy these days.

Windows 7 Upgrade Option, a program under which people interested in buying a PC can get it today with Windows Vista and get free from the Microsoft update to Windows 7 when it leaves the market.

Windows 7 Upgrade option was specifically designed for PCs that have Windows Vista pre-installed can qualify for an upgrade to an equivalent version of Windows 7. The versions that qualify under this program are:

• Windows Vista Home Premium -> Home Premium Windows 7
• Windows Vista Business -> Windows 7 Professional
• Windows Vista Ultimate -> Windows 7 Ultimate

The update will be available to customers who buy a PC under the aforementioned program and begin to equip Windows 7 once it reaches general availability in the market. Microsoft recommends to consumers to inform your supplier of PCs on the terms and conditions of this program when purchasing your computer, because the details differ between different manufacturers (and distributors).

"Consumers may recognize whether the computer they are interested in participating in the program acquire Windows 7 Option Update information in the computer case and associated marketing materials. If a consumer can not identify whether the PC you want to qualify, we suggest you contact the manufacturer or retailer, "said Paul Folgueiras, Director of Microsoft Windows in Argentina and Uruguay.

This initiative is based on feedback and market studies that show how the people in the region are interested in buying computers in the coming months, given the imminence of the new version of Windows. The Windows 7 Option Update will these people do not worry wait for Windows 7, but acquiring the equipment of your choice with the confidence that Windows 7 may be obtained at the time that is available on the market.

Windows 7 will use the PC easier and simple to add new features like HomeGroup Device Stage, Aero Shake, Snap, Peek, Jump Lists, and redesigned the Windows Taskbar. More information about the new features in Windows 7 (available here).

Finally, regarding the availability of Windows 7 in Spanish in Latin America, Microsoft announced that the Spanish version will be available on October 22 this year with over 13 languages, including English and Portuguese for Brazil.

"We are focusing our efforts on making Windows 7 available to as many people as quickly as possible. For this reason, we have worked with PC manufacturers to start shipping Windows 7 in all languages of Latin America from October 22, "said Folgueiras.