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UPDATE – A massive thank you to all who took part in this amazing Giveaway. As much as i’d love to give you all a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate for the new year, unfortunately there can only be one winner.
The winner has been notified via. their Facebook account. Please get in contact with me at rsvr85 at mintywhite dot com to arrange shipping.
Again, a huge thanks to all who participated, congratulations to the winner and a happy new year!

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We love our readers at Windows Guides.  So much so, we’re delighted to announce our Windows Guides Christmas Giveaway, which is…(drum roll please)….Windows 7 Ultimate, just in case you missed the post title!

The competition will run from now until 1st January 2011 (3 weeks) where the winner will be announced shortly after.

Here’s how to get your hands on this amazing prize:


What Do I Win?

Windows 7 Ultimate (Retail: $319.99)

How Do I Win?

There are several ways everyone can enter this Giveaway;

Once you’ve done one of the following, post a comment to this article with a link to your ‘Share’.

1 – Tweet this article

2 – Share this article on Facebook

3 – Share this article on Google Buzz

4 – Submit this article to Stumbleupon.com

All four methods above are available in our sidebar;

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A few things to bear in mind:

The Giveaway is open to everyone, regardless of geographic location

The Giveaway will close January 1st 00:00 GMT

You can enter as many times as you wish, the more you share this article, the more chances you have of winning!

The winner will be randomly selected from eligible comments.

Good luck to all!



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