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Win a free copy of Windows 7 Ultimate Edition

Here is a chance to win a free copy of Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (via- Neowin) by just participating on a survey conducted by Microsoft. One lucky winner will get a free copy when it becomes available this October. The survey isn’t a complicated one; you just need to answer the four questions to complete the survey.

In order to be eligible for the survey, which is hosted on SurveyMonkey.com, all you have to do is answer the following questions:

- Name and e-mail address.
- What group best describer your role?
- What term would you use to search for a Microsoft page about Windows 7?
- Which URL would you most likely type to find information on the latest version of Windows?

Likes to participate on the survey just visit here. Good Luck!

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