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Sunday, March 6, 2011

You Can Now Order Free Windows 7 SP1 DVD From Microsoft Online Store

Last week, Microsoft has released the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 final RTM for the Windows 7 users. The new SP1 release doesn’t bring any new noticeable feature to the popular operating system, but it’s bundled with some important improvements and bug fixes.

Users who are unable to obtain or upgrade to SP1 from the Internet, can now request Microsoft to ship a free Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 DVD. This service is available for users from Asia, Europe, Africa, North and South America.

The SP1 DVD is free, but you will need to pay the freight charges; $5 minimum. In addition, each user can only obtain 3 copies of SP1 DVD.

Windows 7 Service Pack 1 update weighs around 500+ MB for 32-bit OS, and if you don’t want to download it from the Windows Update feature or direct links, there is another way through which you can install this essential update on your system. Well, you can officially order a free Windows 7 SP1 DVD from Microsoft’s website.
If you stay in US or Canada, you can follow the following steps to order Windows 7 SP1 physical media DVDs.

1. Open this link and choose you country and click the “Continue” button.
2. Choose the language of the Windows 7 SP1 installation and click Add To Cart.
As you can see, the DVD is free of charge ($0.00).
Click the Checkout button in the next step and enter your shipment address to where you want the DVD to be delivered. And please note that there’s no option to use PayPal for checking out.
# A customer can order only 1 copy of the physical media DVD.
# Even though the DVD is offered for free, there are shipment and handling charges around $6.

Your free Windows 7 SP1 DVD will arrive within three weeks.


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