Microsoft Windows 8/8.1 users will receive free Windows 9 upgrade

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    From Tweaktown Posted on 9-29-2014:

    Microsoft Windows 8/8.1 users will receive free Windows 9 upgrade
    Microsoft Windows 8/8.1 users should be able to upgrade to Windows 9 for free, according to reports (NASDAQ:MSFT)

    By: Michael Hatamoto | Operating Systems News | Posted: 1 day, 18 hours ago
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    Microsoft Indonesia has reportedly confirmed that the upcoming Microsoft Windows 9 operating system will be a free upgrade for current Windows 8 and 8.1 users. The company is expected to host an event on September 30 to detail Windows 9, where pricing and release information should be revealed.



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    Although Windows 8/8.1 provides significant security updates and a "modernized" interface, many users refused to upgrade to the touch-centric OS. Microsoft has accelerated its operating system road map to meet changing consumer and business user demands, and Windows 9 should help gauge where the company stands.



    It's also worth noting that as users become familiar with major software updates, such as Apple iOS or OS X and Google Android, for example, the updates are available for free. This is a great opportunity for Microsoft to prove it has listened to users and is prepared to make changes for the future.



    Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/news/40334...ill-receive-free-windows-9-upgrade/index.html
     
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    Windows 9 what?
     
    Aabharan, Mar 31, 2015
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