Microsoft Store Offers $100 to Upgrade from Windows XPCategory: Operating Systems
Posted: March 22, 2014 04:15AM
In yet another push to get Windows XP users away from the aging operating system that will cease to be supported as of April 8, 2014, Microsoft has announced that qualified consumers can earn up to $100 towards the purchase of a new PC. There are some restrictions to the offer of course, but the deal may spark enough interest to get some users onto the newest version of Windows. The deal applies to select computers available on the Microsoft Store that are priced at $599 or more and run Windows 8.1. Consumers can qualify for the $100 off promotion if they purchase one of these select computers at the online Microsoft Store from a qualifying Windows XP machine, or present a qualifying Windows XP computer during in-store purchases.
In total, the new offer from Microsoft includes $100 off of select PCs that are priced at $599 or higher, 90 days of free premium support, and free data transfer. While support for Windows XP machines will end on April 8, 2014, the promotional deal will end on June 15, 2014.