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Windows 8 upgrade
Microsoft is reminding people who bought or will buy a new Windows 7 PC between June 2nd and January 31st will still be able to get a $14.99 upgrade to Windows 8 Pro until January 31st.
A report claims that a CTO for an unnamed large company is making the move to Windows 8 PCs as soon as possible, as well as buying thousands of Surface tablets.
Windows 8 will only be made available as a downloadable software product for China, as it ditches the physical box copies of the OS, most likely due to piracy concerns.
Microsoft has confirmed that UK residents will be able to upgrade their Windows XP, Vista and 7 PCs to Windows 8 for £24.99, with new Windows 7 PC owners getting the same upgrade for £14.99.
Acer is offering people who purchase some of its Windows 7 ultrabooks a way to get back the $14.99 charge Microsoft is asking for an upgrade to Windows 8, but not for North America.
HP has quietly announced it will refund Microsoft's $14.99 Windows 8 upgrade price for people who buy most of HP's Windows 7 PCs from now until February 2, 2013.
A new report claims that Microsoft Store locations will offer free workshops on Windows 8, along with a $20 gift card, when people buy a new PC and buy the Windows 8 Pro upgrade starting June 2nd.