Windows 7 $30 for students with .edu address

Next month Microsoft will release its latest operating system, Windows 7, which has many cool features and is widely considered to be a better operating system than Windows Vista. For most people the upgrade will cost over $100 butstudents can buy Windows 7 for just $30.

To take advantage of this offer, a savings of $90, you just need to visit Win741.com and follow the steps below to get your discounted copy of Windows 7. The offer is valid until Jan. 3, 2010.

  1. Check that your PC can run Windows 7 with the Windows Upgrade Advisor.

  2. Enter your college/university e-mail address.

  3. If you're eligible, you'll receive an e-mail with purchase details.

  4. Click on the link provided in the e-mail to proceed with your purchase.

  5. Purchase your license/product key.

  6. Checkout and download.