Windows 7 Home Premium to cost half of US price in UK!

In UK, full versions of Windows 7 Home Premium (not an upgrade edition) is going to cost around £65. That's less than the price the Yanks’ve to pay just for an upgrade version $120 (£72), and half what they'll have to cough up for a full version $200 (£122). Amazon.co.uk is already selling the full version of Home Premium for […]

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In UK, full versions of Windows 7 Home Premium (not an upgrade edition) is going to cost around £65. That's less than the price the Yanks’ve to pay just for an upgrade version $120 (£72), and half what they'll have to cough up for a full version $200 (£122). Amazon.co.uk is already selling the full version of Home Premium for £65, and Play.com is selling it for a little more at £75, but with free delivery. Incidentally, this’s the version that includes Internet Explorer 8, as the Windows 7 E editions’ve now been scrapped. An Amazon.co.uk spokesperson told to treat this pricing as "indefinite".

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