Microsoft has announced two programs designed to give a head start to those who know they want Windows 7. Reporter Ina Fried explains.
Windows 7 doesn't arrive on retail shelves and new PCs until October, but Microsoft has announced two programs designed to give a head start to those who know they want the new operating system. CNET News reporter Ina Fried helps us make sense of the somewhat complicated Windows 7 upgrade options.
That and other headlines of the day, on Tuesday's CNET News Daily Podcast.
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