Microsoft Store Offering $50 Gift Card, 90 Days Of Free Support And Free Data Transfer For New PCs

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Windows XP Support Microsoft Store

After April 8, 2014, support and security updates for Windows XP will no longer be available leaving your PC go unprotected against all security vulnerabilities. Microsoft Store is now offering few things that will attract Windows XP customers to upgrade to new PCs.

  • $50 gift card – Buy a PC from the assortment below and get a $50 digital gift card towards any future purchase at Microsoft Store, like Office or PC accessories.
  • 90 days of free support – Receive free premium phone, chat, and sales support for virtually anything you need on your new computer for the first 90 days.
  • Free data transfer – We’ve partnered with Laplink, a data migration service to help you transfer your personal photos, videos, music, and files for free.

Find the deals for new PCs at Microsoft Store.

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Pradeep, a Computer Science & Engineering graduate.

  • Nham Thien Duong

    It’s so sad that people should be convinced to migrate from Windows XP, yes, Windows XP is awesome, but Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 (Blue) are just waaaaaaay better, I migrated from a new model Mac back to XP, and later had Vista and 7 on working- and hobby-computers, now I’m on Windows 8.1 (Blue) and I’d advise anyone still on Windows XP to UP-grade, it’s called that for a reason, and it saves tonnes of time, whenever I nostalgically turn on either my Windows 95 or Windows XP P.C. I remember again why I love this O.S. it has improved a lot, there are tonnes of new features you’ll love. ;-)