How much for the windows 8

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Microsoft has always charged a lot on OS upgrades unlike its competitors Apple and Google. How much will it cost for existing windows users?

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How much for the windows 8

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It is true that Windows has always been on the higher side when it comes to their products when compared to its competitors. A report surfaced that the new windows 8 Pro upgrade may cost about $15 to be particular $14.99 for those who buy a windows 7 PC between the months of June 2nd and January 31st 2013. However the speculations as of now claim that windows 8 will range from $100- $250 for Home, Professional and Ultimate. So we should expect prices ranging from about $100 to about $300. All that we are sure of is different editions will have different prices.

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How much for the windows 8

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In reality, if you’ll compare the pricing of Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X, it is by far expensive compared to a computer running Mac OS X. For users that are already running Windows 8 on their computer, upgrading to Windows 8.1 will be totally free. It can be done as a download from the Windows Store which already started in October 18, 2013.

But for users who are not yet running Windows 8 on their computer, you can have it either as a download version from the Windows Store or you can buy it from a local store as retail packaged DVD. The pricing really varies depending on the market. If you are from the United States, you can purchase Windows 8.1 for around $119.99 and the Windows 8.1 Pro edition is around $199.99.

If you’ll be buying a computer later this year that comes with Windows 8.1, you can buy Windows 8.1 Pro Pack for $99.99. This unlocks all the great features that are unique to Pro edition including Windows Media Center. If you are already running Windows 8.1 Pro, you can purchase Windows Media Center for $9.99.

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