This $59.95 utility greatly simplifies making the move to a new PC. The catch? You'll have to wait on a rebate.
In honor of its 30th anniversary, Laplink is giving away this $40 utility. Just one problem: It's not available yet.
Today marks the last day of official support for XP. So what does that mean for the aged operating system and its many steadfast users?
Beginning Saturday, Microsoft will start pop-up notifications to remind users that as of April 8 it will cease providing any kind of patches or fixes to Windows XP.
Today only, you can get this $30 utility free of charge. It can help smooth your move from Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7.
Also on deck: the ultimate digital photo frame and a free copy of PCmover.
Amazingly, this is a new unit, not a refurb. And shipping is on the house. Plus, today only, get a truly killer deal on Laplink PCmover Professional.
That's half off the regular price, and far less than you'll find it just about anywhere else.
One of the biggest frustrations for most people upgrading their systems to Windows 7 is that what Microsoft calls a "custom upgrade" is really a clean install. LapLink thinks they have a solution.
Designed for multi-PC families, the bundle lets you upgrade three XP and/or Vista systems to Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit). That works out to $36.66 per PC.