Best Buy offers Windows 8 computers, training
October 24, 2012 (WLS) -- Having trouble with Windows 8? If you are, Best Buy wants to help.
The electronics retailer is using the launch of Microsoft's new operating system to attract customers. It is selling exclusive computers and training employees to show customers how to use the new system.
Windows 8 has an updated look that includes colorful tiles instead of the start menu and icons Microsoft users are familiar with.
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