Windows 7 is the latest Microsoft operating system (OS) since Vista launched a couple years back
The OS (whether Vista, XP, Win 7, or even Apple’s Snow Leopard) is the backbone of your computer. It is what makes all your software play nicely together.
Unlike most OS upgrades, Win 7 didn’t change the computer requirements to run it. In fact, if you’re running Vista today, it will probably run quicker with Win 7
Windows 7 is available in four versions: Starter, Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate. There are some differences, so visit this site to help decide which is right for you…or ask a Geek Squad Agent.
If you bought a new computer after June 26, you probably qualify for a free upgrade (go here to check).
Since we know not everyone is as geeky as Geek Squad, we created a service for us to install Win 7 on your PC for just 40 bucks. For more info on the service, check out our press release here.
Now for those tools I mentioned. The first, the Windows 7 Upgrade Helper, is a three question tool that helps determine: 1) What version of Win 7 to get, 2) what you need to do to upgrade to Win 7 and 3) how much it will cost. The second tool is this graphic we developed to help you through the upgrade process. Both tools can be found here www.bestbuylabs.com/win7upgrade.
So take a look, and join us in the countdown. Only 27 days to go.