As the October 26th 2012 launch date for Windows 8 approaches, you can expect lots of new information, about Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system to be released.
Today Amazon has rolled out new product listings for the range of Windows 8 software options that will be available to consumers from this months official launch date onwards.
A listing on the Amazon website indicates that Windows 8 Standard Edition to Windows 8 Pro Edition will be offering product keys in retail packaging at launch, with no disc required to upgrade to the Windows 8 Pro edition.
Unfortunately no information on pricing has been published as yet on the Amazon website, but it has been previously revealed that customers will be able to upgrade Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 installations to Windows 8 Pro for $39.99 online or $69.99 in stores.
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