Curacao, Aruba and Bonaire to get hands on introduction to Microsoft’s Windows 10
WILLEMSTAD - Curaçao, Aruba and Bonaire are to benefit from a training demonstration and boot camp introduction to Microsoft’s incoming Windows 10 operating system.
Schedule to be released in July, 2015 in seven different versions, Microsoft has been trying to regain control of its market share by seeking to ensure that the new operating system can run on almost every device, ranging from low end smart phones to business PC’s and industrial servers.
More like a blend of the best tools from Windows 7 and the advancements from Windows 8, along with a touch of futuristic user features, Microsoft has promised to make the Windows 10 Operating system a must have for millions of computer, smart phones and tablet users worldwide.
The new operating system is expected to be officially launched at the end of July this year, but millions of users are not yet familiar with its functionalities, which can become a challenge for companies and their staff alike, if they are to embrace Windows 10.
Hence, the reason for organizers deciding to launch the presentation in the ABC Islands and several other Caribbean Island states this summer.
The Netherland Antilles event is schedule to be held at the University of Curacao on the 8 and 9 of June and at the University of Aruba on the 12 and 13 June, as an extension of an Ethical Hackers and Cyber Security training program.
Organizers are currently holding discussions with a view of confirming a location and date in June for Bonaire.
Attendees will be able to enjoy actual use of the incoming Windows 10 operating system on various devices, and would greatly benefit from several familiarity aspects relating to its use.
By Dennis Adonis