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Microsoft stops Windows 7 and 8

Microsoft stops Windows 7 and 8

Nabeel Shoro Computer News

On 31st October 2014, Microsoft has officially stopped selling their two operating systems, Windows 7 and Windows 8. So, what happens with a PC or laptop that is still marketed by bundling the Windows duo?

Discounts! Yes, starting yesterday all computer vendors are already not allowed to bundling their devices with Windows 7 Home Basic, Home Premium, and Ultimate editions. The same is true for Windows 8. As a result, PCs and laptops that are still sold by bundling the OS-OS was likely to be subject to a discount.

Given is now nearing the end of the year, products that have been subject to earlier discounts are also most likely to be subject to clearance program! The price is predicted to be much more 'skewed'.

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However, it may not apply to Windows 7 Pro. Therefore, the operating system will still be sold until 2015 in view of the market for businesses is not the general public.

Interestingly, there are predictions that if the price of the device with Windows 7 will increase in the next few months when the numbers started low in the market. The price increase is expected to continue at least until Windows 10 was officially launched by Microsoft.

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Based on a survey, the number of applicants Windows 7 is still quite large approximately 52.71 percent of users worldwide. This makes Windows 7 as the OS with the 'share' the world's most followed by Windows XP.

While Windows 8 is only 5.59 percent. Therefore, the place has now been replaced by the Windows 8.1 OS is now third in the amount of at most installations.

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