Win a 1-Year Office 365 Home Premium Subscription with 7 Tutorials

We would like to celebrate the release of our 7 Tutorials app for Windows 8. We are very happy with this launch and we would like to reward our readers for sticking with us, reading our tutorials, buying our books and spreading the word about 7 Tutorials. If you would like to win one Office 365 Home Premium subscription, valid for one year, read this article to learn what you have to do.

If You Are Using Windows 8

All you have to do is install our 7 Tutorials app. To learn more about our app, read this guide: How to Use the 7 Tutorials App for Windows 8.

Once the app is installed, use it for a while and send us a screenshot of two with the app, so that we can confirm you are using it.

Screenshots should be sent to 7tutorials [at] gmail [dot] com. If you have any kind of feedback about the app, you can send it in your message. We will be happy to read it and take action, if needed.

If You Are NOT Using Windows 8

Then all you have to do is subscribe to our website, using any of the available subscriptions methods. You can find them all here: How to Subscribe to 7 Tutorials. Just pick one that works best for you.

Then, send us a screenshot, showing how you have subscribed to us. If you are already a subscriber, you do not have to subscribe again. Just send us a screenshot with your subscription method.

The contact email is the same: 7tutorials [at] gmail [dot] com.

Deadline - 11th of February

The last day for sending your emails is Monday, 11th of February 2013. The winner will be extracted randomly and announced on February 12 or 13.

To learn more about Office 365 Home Premium and what it offers, don’t hesitate to read the article recommended below.

About the Author: Ciprian Adrian Rusen
I love technology and I work in IT for more than a decade. I am the co-founder of Digital Citizen and its chief editor. Alongside my work as an editor, I am also an author. I have written and published 7 books, most of them about Microsoft products and technologies. They are translated into more than 12 languages. In 2014, I have been recognized by Microsoft for my technical expertise and involvement in the community with the title of Microsoft MVP - Windows Consumer Expert.