Microsoft to spend U.S. $1,500 million in advertising to launch Windows 8
Microsoft has always launched the boat out when it Releases a new version of its flagship operating system Windows. For example, when windows 95 was launched the $200 million spent on the ad campaign, of which $10 million for the Rolling Stones were able to use the song ‘ Start Me Up ‘for six months.
According to Forbes magazine , Microsoft is willing to spend between U.S. $1,500 and U.S. $1,800 million in the Advertising campaign to promote the launch of Windows 8, which would almost triple what the Redmond company spent in promoting the launch of Windows Phone 7 for a couple of years ago.
The operating system Windows 8 will be available in stores on October 26, and according to U.S. media, the television advertising campaign should start this weekend, in conjunction with pre-orders of the first computers and tablets with Windows 8 and factory installed.
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