Microsoft Corp has finally opened its windows this week for upgrades to the latest version of its operating system, Windows 8. Those who own personal computers can avail of the upgrade for $14.99 to $39.99. Customers who bough their PC’s on Windows 7 since June 2 will be granted the lower price while the rest would have to pay the $40 dollar upgrade. The Windows 8 Operating Systems, however, will be delivered starting only on October 26. The latest version of the company’s OS comes as a response to rival Apple’s iPad tablets. Windows 8 has been developed to support both PC’s and tablet computers.
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On Monday, Microsoft announced a record low price for the upcoming Windows 8, telling customers that they could upgrade their PCs — even aged machines running Windows XP — for just $39.99 later this year.
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