Technology Windows 8 PCs

Published on November 6th, 2012 | by Bilal Sulehri

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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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About the Author

(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 Bilal@sulehri.com 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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