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Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise Summit held in Karachi

As the latest Microsoft Windows 10 solution was launched in Pakistan recently, the global leader in information technology – Microsoft held an insightful event “Windows 10 Enterprise Summit” in Karachi on 29th of September, 2015, to inform its customers about the advanced features of the new solution.

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The Lead Technology Strategist of Microsoft Pakistan – Zafar Ul Islam conducted this unique event, which allowed the audience to observe and experience a comprehensive demonstration of the much anticipated Windows 10. Its features are designed to boost the performance and multi-tasking capabilities of organizations and individuals. This user-friendly, fast, reliable and well-secured solution is receiving an enthusiastic response from consumers all over Pakistan.

 

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