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AdrianKH
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Get a free copy of Windows Vista and Office 2007

Microsoft is offering you a chance to get your hands on a copy of Windows Vista Business Edition and 2007 Office systems.

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RyanTEST
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Re: Get a free copy of Windows Vista and Office 2007

The free software has been "sold out"
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Re: Get a free copy of Windows Vista and Office 2007



RyanTEST wrote:
The free software has been "sold out"


Yes, Microsoft allowed 30,000 to sign up for the chance and then closed the door.
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