Microsoft has chosen India as the fifth destination for a low-cost version of Windows
Wednesday, September 29, 2004
The Redmond, Wash.-based software giant on Wednesday announced a yearlong pilot program to start shipping Windows XP Starter Edition to India in early 2005. Earlier this week, the company made a similar move in Russia, while plans for Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia were confirmed in August, as part of the software maker’s plan to gain market share in developing nations. Read full article here.
Source: CNET News.com