Software maker also details cost to upgrade from one version of Windows 7 to a higher-end edition. Ina Fried July 31, 3: Microsoft The software maker had previously said it would offer the family pack , but had not said how much it would charge. It actually inadvertently confirmed the family pack by referencing it in the licensing terms of a test version of Windows 7 that leaked onto the Internet. The family pack covers those moving from XP or Vista to Windows 7. Microsoft also announced pricing for the Windows Anytime Upgrade option, which lets users move from one version of Windows 7 to another. That is one of the key upgrades Microsoft is hoping to sell by convincing Netbook owners that they really want more of the Windows features. Although that last move is pricey, it still represents a 12 percent drop in the cost of going from Windows Vista Home Premium to Vista Ultimate. Because the move involves only entering a new product code, Microsoft said the Anytime Upgrade in Windows 7 can be done in as little as 10 minutes.