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The packaging features ‘Metro UI’ style (or should we say, ‘New User Interface’ style) Windows 8 logos, with different colour schemes for the two editions.
Heralding Microsoft’s first true attempt at convergence of mobile, desktop, tablet, and entertainment systems, Windows 8 does promise quite a bit, and so far, there has been much consumer interest in the OS, as also evinced by our recent poll. In the meanwhile, a leaked copy of the supposed final version of Windows 8Where to buy 1721 2100 has also managed to find its way to torrent sites.
Windows 8Where to buy 1721 2100 is scheduled to hit shelves by October 26, without boxed pricing information, though Microsoft has already detailed its $39.99 limited time upgrade plans for users with licensed XP, Vista and Windows 7 copies. If you end up buying a Windows 7 PC or laptop between June 2012 and January 2013, a Rs. 699 upgrade to Windows 8 will be available.
Source: The Verge