Technology Windows 8 PCs

Published on November 6th, 2012 | by Bilal Sulehri


Windows 8 Launched in Pakistan

Microsoft has announced the availability of much-awaited Windows 8 in Pakistan in addition to the global customers. The cool new OS offers a beautiful UI, a brand new Windows Store and the ability to run legacy apps.

Sherif Morsi, Windows Business Group Lead, Microsoft North Africa, East Mediterranean and Pakistan said:

“With the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft is unveiling a reimagined Windows to the world. 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.”

Windows 8 is available at Windows Upgrade Offer website in over 140 countries and a whopping 37 languages. PCs with pre-installed Windows 8 can be purchased from more than 1,000 stores across Pakistan including Hyperstar, Metro, E4U, Makro and Compsi.

Windows 8 will be available in four versions:

  • Windows 8
  • Windows 8 Pro
  • Windows 8 Enterprise
  • Windows RT

The first two versions will be available for retail customers while ARM based devices will feature Windows RT. Enterprise customers are targeted by Windows 8 Enterprise which features a plethora of enterprise features including:

  • Windows Go
  • Direct Access
  • Branch Cache
  • Bit Locker
  • App Locker


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(Editor - Gadgets & Reviews) is a Professional Accountant, Consultant, Teacher and Digital Media Specialist. He loves football and is crazy about gadgets and technology. He has been writing since 2004 and can be reached at and followed on twitter @sulehri

3 Responses to Windows 8 Launched in Pakistan

  1. Saleem says:

    Hmm. The colorful UI looks so friendly. I hope buy a Windows 8 pre-installed device soon.

  2. Hamza Ahmed says:

    worht to look. soon gonna give this one a try

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