Microsoft extends free Windows 7 trial

The 90-day trial program introduced in September ahead of Windows 7's official launch is extended until December 31.

Microsoft has extended its program offering businesses a free trial of Windows 7 Enterprise to the end of 2010.

The 90-day trial program was introduced in September, ahead of Windows 7's official launch. On Tuesday, Microsoft announced the new schedule for it.

"Due to popular demand, the Windows Enterprise Trial program has been extended. This means you now have till December 31, 2010 to download and evaluate the trial version," wrote Stephen Rose, senior community manager for Windows, in a post to the Windows team blog.

Read more of "Microsoft extends free Windows 7 trial" at ZDNet UK.

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