Microsoft offer Family Pack for Windows 7 Home Premium (E, N, K, and KN )

A close look at the agreements embedded in the License folder of the latest leaked builds of Windows 7. This is no longer a beta license agreement and is presumably very close to the final agreement that customers will accept. Microsoft prices the Family Pack at $189, which is $10 less than Apple’s Family Pack. These […]

A close look at the agreements embedded in the License folder of the latest leaked builds of Windows 7. This is no longer a beta license agreement and is presumably very close to the final agreement that customers will accept. Microsoft prices the Family Pack at $189, which is $10 less than Apple’s Family Pack. These same terms are also contained in the license agreement for Windows 7 Home Premium E, as well as the N, K, and KN Home Premium versions, which are also deliberately gutted of one or more features to satisfy antitrust authorities, Ed Bott. The agreements for retail copies of Windows 7 Home Premium contains following eye-opening clause: