How to upgrade to Windows 8

January 6, 2013

The new windows 8 OS has sold 60 million licenses and upgrades in the 10 weeks since its launch. The sales are growing but Windows system is in another phases of development, where most old software won’t work with Windows 8 and its important to join the 6o Million plus in upgrading your computer. This new operating system is what will run new software and handle smartphone apps, while older versions will not. As an existing user you can try the upgrading process for free where a Microsoft app will test your current machine and recommend how to upgrade.

The same app will take you through if you want to buy and the 2GB download of the new operating system. Globally, leading online websites are offering Windows 8 upgrade and most users are upgrading by getting the bargain through Microsoft’s own bargain page. You can visit the same at the very bottom of the Microsoft web page, on the left side, there is a small icon of a gear. Click it and you will get a page with the list of English and all 60 other supported languages. However, those currently running on non-authentic Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8, the upgrade would not allow the bargain offer and is only applicable for “real” Windows users. Most of the payments are by credit card. If the online purchase fails, I advise you look for local solutions by buying original Windows 8 DVD.

Contador Harrison