Then, it was the early July announcement of an unbelievably cheap upgrade to Windows 8. (You know your past pricing has been pretty steep when you have to put up a lengthy FAQ to convince people that yes, you really are only charging $40 for an upgrade.)
All this activity suggests that Microsoft is trying very hard to overcome the classic objections its users have had to purchasing upgrades: high cost and lack of significant feature improvements. In other words, “I can get along fine with what I already have, thank you very much.”
But what about you? Are any of these upgrades worth the time, trouble, and expense for your practice?