Upgrade to Windows® x64 Edition for free*

  powerless 19:51 25 Apr 2005
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*well you pay for shipping.

click here

**The Technology Advancement Program is designed to assist customers who have acquired a new x64 Computer with the intention of replacing a previously licensed 32-bit version of Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional (1-2 Processor Version) Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional (1-4 Processor Version and Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Reduced Media Edition (1-2 Processor Version) (“Windows XP Pro (32 Bit)”) with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition on such system. This program allows customers to exchange a license for Windows XP Pro (32 Bit)for the new version of Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.**

  Kate B 13:29 26 Apr 2005

Excellent, I expect I'll take them up on this as my new nutter machine will have a 64bit processor. Thanks for the link.

  medicine hat 16:27 26 Apr 2005

Better check there are 64bit drivers for all your hardware first. This may help click here

  Ancient Learner 17:08 26 Apr 2005

Um! I note that it appears to concern XP Pro only and a pre installed version at that. I had XPHome pre installed which I have upgraded to XPPro (boxed version), so it doesn't seem to apply to me.

Something doesn't sound quite right somehow!

  Irishman 20:15 27 Apr 2005

A bit annoyed myself. It does only apply to XP Pro which has been preinstalled onto a computer within the last few months. I find it very strange that Microsoft are not going to extend this offer to those of us who have bought a stand alone version of XP Pro. I would love to know the reasoning behind this.

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