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          Read the white paper: "Why Sticking with Windows XP is a Bad Idea."

          Then explore the benefits1 of moving from Windows XP to Windows 7.

          Savings Payback ROI

          With Windows XP End of Support approaching and the features of Windows 7, it pays to move to a new Windows 7 PC.

            Reasons to move from a Windows XP PC to a Windows 7 Professional PC.

          Productivity

          New tools help make productivity easier.

          • Windows Desktop Search puts all files at your fingertips
          • Improved desktop navigation features like Snap, Peek and Shake make it easier to work.
          Mobility

          Today's workforce is going mobile.

          • Power-saving enhancements help extend battery life, which means more productivity on mobile PCs.
          • Remote Desktop Host lets you access documents and programs on a computer from another computer anywhere.
          Security

          Get a modern security system.

          • Advanced Backup and Restore periodically backs up your files to external or network drives.
          • Encrypting File System (EFS) lets you encrypt files or folders that contain sensitive information.
          Collaboration

          Teamwork is vital to business success.

          • Location-Aware Printing automatically selects the right printer whether you're at work or at home.
          • Group Policy Control makes it easier to manage the security and costs of multiple PCs.
          Buy a qualifying Windows 7 PC and get Windows 8 Pro for only $14.99* »
          1 Source: IDC Whitepaper - May 2012; "Why Sticking with Windows XP is a Bad Idea".
          *Offer valid June 2, 2012 through January 31, 2013. For complete details visit Windows 8 Pro Upgrade.
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