Ballmer: 4 million Windows 8 Upgrades sold, new apps

Ballmer: 4 million Windows 8 Upgrades sold, new apps

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New Microsoft has sold over four million upgrades for Windows 8 in the first few days after its launch. Speaking at the Build developers event on the Microsoft campus, CEO Steve Ballmer confirmed the number in his keynote speech, alongside announcements for more Windows 8 apps, such as PayPal, Dropbox, and...
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