April 18, 2009

Get Free Windows 7 Beta Installed on your Laptop

As part of the All India Windows 7 Install Fest, the Microsoft User Group in India is conducting a bootcamp event as Windows 7 Day. It is an one day workshop to get you updated on Windows 7 and participate in sessions and get your laptops powered with the latest Windows 7 beta for free as well as many other surprises is awaiting there. This Windows 7 bootcamp is currently available only on the following cities: Mumbai, Gurgaon, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Siliguri. This offer is only available today, i.e., April 18, 2009, which is actually the "Windows 7 Day" according to the Microsoft User Group in India.

To know where exactly this bootcamp or this Windows 7 Install Fest is taking place do visit MeraWindows. You will need to register at the respective Microsoft User Group’s website online for free and the request for a free invite and join the fun. The registration is free.

Even if you don’t have a laptop, you just can join them and attend their sessions on Windows 7 and learn about its function, installation, compatibility, etc. To also know about the minimum system requirement for Windows 7 and other details about getting this free Windows 7 beta visit this page, which also incidentally is the special invite page to take part in this special bootcamp on Windows 7 in India.

After getting your beta version, you will need to visit Microsoft's Website and register it and get your own product key to use it on your laptop. Not sure, being a beta version, on how long this can be used, I guess it would probably for a limited period only. But that’s not important here, instead you get to use Windows 7 even before anyone else does across the world, that would make you thrilled for sure at least if you are a Windows fan like me.

It is available only today, April 18, 2009. Visit Mera Windows to know more details about it.

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1 comment:

raghavendra said...