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Windows XP to Windows 7 Upgrading

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 12:53 AM

It shouldn't surprise many testers that Microsoft has shrewdly closed the upgrade channel for users who will -- probably sooner this year than later -- be making the switch to Windows 7. Many who had chosen to steer clear of Windows Vista and hang on to Windows XP -- by all rights, a decent operating system, at least for Service Pack 3 users -- are pondering the nightmare scenario of having to upgrade to and validate (which usually means, pay for) both Vista and Windows 7, if it so happens that Windows 7 proves to be desirable or simply necessary.

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Posted 09 March 2009 - 02:27 AM

They want you to pay for Vista while upgrading from XP to Windows 7? No thanks, I'll save my money and go somewhere else.

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