Microsoft Genuine Windows website gets a new look

Microsoft has revamped its genuine Windows website and given it a sleek new look. On the new website you can find information on several things like What to look for while buying Windows, etc.

What is Genuine Windows?

Genuine Windows is published by Microsoft, properly licensed, and supported. With genuine Windows you get access to support, updates, and downloads to help you get the most from your PC.

With genuine Windows, you can expect:

Protection: When you buy genuine Windows 7, you can download and install Microsoft Security Essentials, the high-quality, award-winning antivirus solution from Microsoft which helps to safeguard your PC and your privacy. Microsoft Security Essentials is available at no cost to genuine Windows customers, including small businesses with up to 10 PCs.

Reliability: Genuine Windows 7 makes the things you do every day faster and easier, with fewer clicks, faster searching, easier browsing, and simpler ways to connect.

Performance: Genuine Windows 7 is designed to improve the performance of your PC, so it’s faster, more secure, and more reliable.

Visit: Genuine Windows website for details.

Additional Links: Download: Top 10 Things You Should Know about Genuine Windows | How To Tell If Your Microsoft Windows Software Is Genuine.

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