Microsoft is planning to give users further upgrading options with Windows 7. The company said that it would be equipping the upcoming version of its flagship operating system with a new "Anytime Upgrade" option. The feature will allow users to move from entry-level editions of Windows 7 to premium packages. The aim of the programme, said Microsoft, is to allow users the option of purchasing the Premium, Professional and Ultimate editions of Windows 7 without needing to run a complete reinstall.The company said that the new policy was designed to allow easy updates for users who purchase the entry-level versions of Windows 7 and then want to add the additional features of the higher-priced versions of the operating system. Under the Anytime Upgrade plan, users will have the option to upgrade from Windows 7 Starter to the Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate versions. Users of the Home Premium and Professional versions will be offered similar updates for the higher editions.
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