Windows 8 upgrade diary: the buying experience

Windows 8 upgrade diary: the buying experience

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There were balloons. There were streamers. There were brand new Ultrabooks, members of staff unfurling banners, and -- once other customers started to arrive -- there was even a vibe of genuine excitement for today's official launch of Windows 8 in the UK. But whichever aisle I scanned, nowhere...
Windows 8 upgrade diary: the buying experience
                                       

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