Notebook manufacturers have decided to abandon Windows 8




Notebook manufacturers have decided to abandon Windows 8

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Notebook market is currently going through the best of times. The plates are slowly but surely eat selling ultrabooks and laptops. The last did not help even out the operating system Microsoft Windows 8 and 22 nm Intel Core family of processors Ivy Bridge . According to the authoritative resource, referring to members of the supply chain, notebook manufacturers, among which is the company Lenovo, found a way out of this grave situation – they decided to abandon the operating system Windows 8.

By this decision they came in a detailed analysis of consumer demand in the PC market after a new operating system, the software giant. Operating system Windows 8 is not met the expectations and now, to achieve increase in consumer demand for PCs, they decided to reduce the production cost. In their view, increase sales and build up supplies fail if not installed on notebooks operating system.

It should be noted that the supply of laptops without OS have always existed, but due to the strong influence of Microsoft , they were minor. Soon, the situation may change.

Price list of laptop without Windows 8 lose weight at 34-67 dollars compared to the cost of a similar model with pre-installed and the same specifications.

According to the source, Lenovo is going to increase the supply of notebook mainly in China, where piracy is flourishing. It is believed that a Chinese manufacturer could be followed by others.

Microsoft is aware that manufacturers frustrated Windows 8, and now threw resources to develop Windows Update Blue , which, according to preliminary information, will be released in August.
Tags: Lenovo , Microsoft , Windows 8 , Windows Blue .


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