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About two years ago, I’ve was wondering about how much it would take to upgrade Windows and get Microsoft Office. Since I have 2 computers that have Windows installed, it would mean I would have to pay for two licenses of Ultimate, which would cost almost $450. There was also the issue of upgrading Microsoft Office, which would cost another $150 to get licenses for all my computers. That means I would have had to pay about $600 to upgrade all my computers to the latest versions. I knew I could not afford that all at once, so I had to held back on those upgrades.
Then Microsoft did something that offered all of the software I want plus more at a price I couldn’t refuse. Microsoft offers a service called TechNet Subscriptions, which offers people access to full versions of their products for a yearly subscription fee. It included access to Windows and Office, plus other products like Windows Server. When I first looked at it, the price for the subscription was $350 for the first year, then $249 to renew. Then Microsoft offered a cheaper option called TechNet Standard, which costs $199 for the first year, then $149 to renew. At that price, it would be cheaper to get the subscription then to buy the software at retail prices.
Once I heard about TechNet Standard, I went for it. I now have access to all the Microsoft products I need, plus I get new products and upgrades to Windows and Office when they come out. If you need a cheaper way to upgrade Microsoft applications for your personal computers, I would strongly recommend getting a TechNet Standard subscription.
Hello, if you found this blog post through my twitter account @techman224, it means that the blog is set up to post a status update when I publish a new blog post!
UPDATE: If you saw this update through my twitter account, it means it’s posting a status update everytime I update a post.
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