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Old 20th September 2009, 15:55   #1
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Default Microsoft offers Windows 7 to students for $29.99

Students in engineering and computer-related fields can already get Microsoft software for free through the MSDNAA program. For the next few months, those following other courses will also get a break. Neowin reports that Microsoft has started offering Windows 7 for only $29.99 to eligible college students in the United States. Folks studying in some other countries should get similar deals, too.

According to the 741 promotion site, the U.S. offer will run until January 3, 2010 at midnight CST. The deal covers both Home Premium and Professional editions of the new operating system, which will both be available as downloads for the same fee—$29.99. Presumably, though, Microsoft won't start distributing the software until Windows 7's October 22 launch date.
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