Still Want Windows 7? New Laptops Online Now!

I admit it.  I am a big fan of Windows 7 operating system.  I liked Windows XP, really liked Windows 7, and am down on Windows 8.  I even bought a second Window 7 laptop a few months ago because I want to have Windows 7 for several years.

After Windows 8 was released, Windows 7 disappeared from most retail store shelves.  The computer hardware companies jumped on the Windows 8 bandwagon and wanted to sell the latest and greatest.

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Buy a new Windows 7 laptop

Good news for all Windows 7 champions – Toshiba direct is selling 19 different models that start at $349, according to their website.  If I didn’t have two, I’d jump at this opportunity.  I’ve owned several Toshiba laptops over the years and am pleased.

I receive no compensation or consideration for recommending Windows 7 or Toshiba.  Strictly my opinion and experience only.

So, if you are interested in keeping Windows 7 in your life. check out Toshiba Direct – online.  This is a weekend special, so check it out, ASAP.

Great for home, business, and home business computing.  Runs all legacy applications and many newer ones too.  And the price?  $349 for a laptop is great.

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