Microsoft began implementing the Windows 7 Upgrade Option Program on June 26, 2009 and launched the Windows 7 Upgrade Option website. Since June 26, it has purchased Windows Vista Home Premium, Enterprise Edition and Upgraded to Windows 7 for free, the Ultimate version of the service is available for PC users who pre-install Windows Vista and those who purchase Vista packages separately. Remind everyone that the Windows 7 free upgrade activity is coming to an end, the deadline is January 31, 2010, which means that users who purchase Vista after January 31 will not be entitled to a free upgrade to Windows 7.
In addition, users who are eligible for a free upgrade must apply for the upgrade software by the information provided on the Windows 7 upgrade license by February 28, 2010, and expired.
After April 30, 2010, Microsoft will no longer send DVDs for upgraded software to users.
For users who purchase a PC with Windows Vista pre-installed, the PC model, specific pricing and upgrade activity date may be different depending on the manufacturer. It is recommended to log in to the official website to view the specific content.
The upgrade path is as follows:
The following versions do not enjoy this upgrade:
-Windows Vista Home Basic version;
-Windows Vista Starter Version;
- Windows XP (all versions).
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