Windows 8 update price has been remarkably low according to Windows previous standards. Microsoft launched Windows 8 with the sole objective of re-designing the operating systems. Windows 8 update is available in the UK for a scanty price of £24.99, eligible on Windows operated computer. Windows upgrade assistant helps the users to assess their eligibility for the upgrade.
Windows 8 retail price has also been shot down to £49.99 in the UK if the users are opting to buy a copy of the new operating system instead of choosing an upgrade. The users can purchase the retail copy of Windows update at Microsoft’s website or through official dealers of the Windows 8 operating system.
Microsoft has stated that Windows 8 has been performing better than Windows 7 in the department of sales at the present moment. Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer said, “We’re seeing preliminary demand well above where we were with Windows 7, which is gratifying. Over the weekend we saw an incredible response around the globe to Windows 8 and the Microsoft Surface.”
Microsoft has also released the Windows Phone 8, its mobile operating system for Windows phones. Windows Phone 8 provides Microsoft an integrated platform with its operating system as it is a representation of Windows 8 on the smartphones. Windows 8 runs on computers, laptops and tablets with a promise of enhancing the experience of the user on touchscreen devices.
Windows 7 is the best-selling variant of Windows so far, selling more than 670 million licenses since its release in 2009. Will Windows 8 surpass that figure, What do you think?