Windows 7 Family Pack Being Removed From Retail
By on December 6th, 2009

Looks like Microsoft does not want to share the joy with its users. The family pack of is reportedly being removed from sales. Windows 7 Family Pack was priced at $149 for 3 licenses of Home Premium. Compared to the retail price of $120 for a single user-license, the Family Pack was quite a steal.


However, according to Microsoft representatives the family pack offering was a limited one until stocks lasted. We are wondering why Microsoft could not make their stocks last until the end of the holiday season? Santa anyone? Of course sales would be higher this time of the year, and we are pretty sure Microsoft did not want the chance to lose a way to make some extra income.

If you have been waiting to buy Windows 7, go ahead and grab your copy of the Family pack before it disappears forever.

[via DSQ]

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