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by Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team (Fargo, ND, USA)

Windows 8 Releases Today

Windows 8 Releases Today

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David Meego - Click for blog homepage 

Three years and four days after Windows 7 was released, Windows 8 has finally been officially released today, on 26th October 2012.

 

For all the latest news and information check out the websites below:

 

Also check out the following social media links: 

 Windows on Twitter and use the official tag: #Windows8

 Windows on Facebook

 Windows on YouTube

 

Now here is one of the coolest bits of information I can share with you:

If your PC is running Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 you will qualify to download an upgrade to Windows 8 Pro on October 26th for just $39.99 or alternatively go to your local retailer and purchase the upgrade for $69.99 with media, This offer is available to the 31st January 2013. 

Click on Buy Windows for the details.

 

Check out this post for a video of What does Bill Gates think about the new Windows lineup?

 

Also, make sure you check out your favourite electronic retailers to see all the cool new Windows 8 devices.... Tablets, Tablets that become Laptops, Laptops with removable screens to become Tablets, Ultrabooks with Touch, All-in-One PCs. And don't forget the Surface RT is now available. See Surface.com for details.

 

Welcome to a Beautiful Start.

David

  • Anybody know if GP 10, 2010 and GP 2013 are supported on Windows 8?

  • Windows 8 will be support on Dynamics GP 2013 when it releases.

    Thanks!

  • What about GP2010? Is it supported in Windows 8 Pro?

  • Hi Fred

    GP 2010 has not been tested for Windows 8 and so is not showing on the System Requirements page. So it is not officially supported.

    mbs.microsoft.com/.../MDGP2010_System_Requirements

    That said, I have Dynamics GP versions 10.0, GP 2010 and GP 2013 running on my Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 machines.

    David

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