Good news for ASUS PC users. The manufacturer has announced the Windows® 7 Upgrade Program for its users, though it is only opened to users who bought an ASUS desktop PC, notebook, EeeTop PC or Eee PC™ during the eligibility period from 26 June 2009 through 31 January 2010.
ASUS has announced the Windows® 7 Upgrade Program to its users. Users who purchase a qualifying ASUS desktop PC, notebook, EeeTop PC or Eee PC™ during the eligibility period from June 26, 2009 through January 31, 2010 will receive their Windows® 7 platform upgrade kits after the Windows® 7 General Availability Date.
Users will be able to upgrade from Windows Vista® Home Premium, Windows Vista® Business and Windows Vista® Ultimate to a corresponding Windows® 7 operating system, while users who purchased eligible PCs and downgraded their operating systems from Windows Vista® to Windows® XP operating systems are also eligible for the upgrade program.
Windows® 7 Upgrade Program Procedures
Upon the purchase of qualified ASUS products, users should register their PCs for the Windows® 7 Upgrade Program via the official ASUS website at http://event.asus.com/2009/windows7, and make their payments (Visa / MasterCard) for any applicable handling and shipping charges incurred. Once registered, users will receive their Windows® 7 upgrade kits after the General Availability Date.
Note: The eligibility of the products listed in this press release is subject to change. For the most up-to-date information on the products that are eligible for the Windows® 7 Upgrade Program, please visit http://event.asus.com/2009/windows7. Terms and conditions apply.