Microsoft Offers $50 Credit To Help XP Users Migrate

As the support cycle for Windows XP comes ever so close, Microsoft is now on the early stages of pulling the plug from its 12-year old operating system. In order to help XP loyalists to make the transition to a newer OS, Microsoft is now offering a AU$55 credit to XP users when buying a new laptop, tablet or AIO desktop at the Microsoft Store. The Redmond company is also giving a 90-day premium support (which…



As the support cycle for Windows XP comes ever so close, Microsoft is now on the early stages of pulling the plug from its 12-year old operating system. In order to help XP loyalists to make the transition to a newer OS, Microsoft is now offering a AU$55 credit to XP users when buying a new laptop, tablet or AIO desktop at the Microsoft Store.

The Redmond company is also giving a 90-day premium support (which includes phone and chat support) with no extra charge. And if that’s not enough, Microsoft is also giving a free data transfer service through Lapalink in order to help XP users to migrate their files on their hard drives to their new machine including photos, videos and music for free.

The offer only stands until April 30 will only apply to purchases within the Microsoft Online Store for the United States, although you can have your order shipped at your own cost. Consumers can choose from different devices including those from Asus, Acer, Dell, Nokia, HP and Lenovo.

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