Microsoft launches Windows 8 in Bahrain
Manama, November 4, 2012
Microsoft has launched its new operating system (OS) Windows 8 in Bahrain and around the world, offering a new use interface as well as a wide range of apps with the opening of the Windows Store.
Windows 8 is available for download to upgrade existing PCs in over 140 markets and 37 languages at windowsupgradeoffer.com, and at retail locations around the world including Bahrain.
“With the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft is unveiling a reimagined Windows to the world,” said Tareq Hijazi, regional country manager for Microsoft Bahrain & Oman.
“Whether you want a tablet or a PC, whether you want to consume or create, whether you want to work or play – Windows 8 delivers a personalized experience that fits your unique style and needs,” he added.
Windows 8 is available in two versions at retail, Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro. For business customers, Windows 8 Enterprise offers new possibilities in mobile productivity with features like Windows To Go, DirectAccess, and BranchCache, as well as enhanced end-to-end security with features including BitLocker and AppLocker.
Launching at the same time is a new member of the Windows family designed for ARM-based tablets, Windows RT, which will be available pre-installed on new devices.
Windows 8 features the new fast and fluid Start screen that gives users one-click access to the apps and content they care most about, the entirely new Internet Explorer 10 that is perfect for touch, and built-in cloud capabilities with SkyDrive.
In addition to the range of new devices available, consumers can also upgrade their Windows version on their existing PCs; Windows upgrade offer is available at windowsupgradeoffer.com. – TradeArabia News Service
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