Microsoft Launches Windows 8 in Nigeria

Microsoft on Tuesday at a Microsoft Open Door Event, launched the Windows 8 operating system much anticipated for its customers in Nigeria.

Now consumers and businesses in the country will be able to experience everything it has to offer: a beautiful new user interface (UI), a wide range of applications with the grand opening of the store windows, available in more than 1000 Windows 8 certified personal computers (PC) and tablets. The company’s software in the operating system Release (OS) on Tuesday delighted IT professionals, development partners and community applications system to new possibilities.

“With the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft Windows is presenting a re-imagined for the world,” said Emmanuel Onyeje, CEO of West and Central Africa, Microsoft.

“If you want a tablet or a PC, if you want to consume or create, if you want to work or play – Windows 8 offers a personalized experience that suits your style and needs,” said Onyeje. Microsoft also involve the local development community to ensure that the relevant applications are available locally for Nigerians.

“You can buy local applications for entertainment, banking, securities, education, etc.

“A customer can use any card of any Nigerian bank to buy content from the Windows app store. This is the first in the industry. This is our way to support the application development community.” Speaking in the same vein, Kevin Connolly, director of the Windows Business Group, Microsoft Africa, I urge the business community to adopt the new Windows 8, Windows XP duration expires April 2014th Windows Phone 8 as he is now available.

“The time to boot Windows 8 offers a faster, more battery life, better performance, and its very safe. The Windows 8 platform that is designed to work as you want and where you want,” he said.

The launch of Windows 8 signals an opportunity for community development for local applications use the bandwidth capacity that emanates enormous submarine cables, Funke Opeke, MainOne Cable CEO, told Business-Matter.com at the conference.

“Windows 8 will inspire the development community for the development of applications to move greater heights. This would ultimately reduce the digital divide faster.

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