Microsoft Launches Windows 7 in Bulgarian

Business | November 1, 2009, Sunday // 10:30|  views

The Managing Director of Microsoft Bulgaria, Ognyan Kiryakov, presented Windows 7 in Sofia on October 22. Photo by Microsoft Bulgaria

Microsoft Bulgaria announced the launch of the Bulgarian version of the new operational system of the IT giant, Windows 7, a week after its world premiere.

It can already be found in the company distribution network.

The new thing for Bulgaria with Windows 7 will be its distribution as a Full Packaged Product. The company is also going to focus on OEM licenses which are said to be the easiest way for consumers to acquire the licensed operational system.

Windows 7 is more consumer-oriented and unlike the case with Vista, Miscrosoft has first presented its consumer version. The business version is to appear in mid November 2009.

Another key feature of the consumer-oriented nature of Windows 7 is its lowered requirements, which means that one does not need to buy a brand-new computer in order to be able to use most of its features.

Windows 7 launched on October 22 at more than 45,000 retailers worldwide in-store and online, and in 14 languages (English, Spanish, Japanese, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean, CHS,CHT & CHT (HK).

It is also available in Turkish, Czech,Portuguese, Hungarian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Greek, Ukrainian,Romanian Arabic, Lithuanian, Bulgarian, Estonian, Slovenian, Hebrew, Thai,Croatian, Serbian Latin, Latvian.

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