Microsoft China announced that the customer service and technology support for Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system is fully prepared and the system is expected to be launched worldwide on October 22, 2009.
As the latest operating system product of Microsoft, Windows 7 has gained favorable comments from various industries and users since the launch of its beta version. To realize a smooth transition for users, Microsoft has been improving the compatibility of this new system and enhanced service support to users. These services will be provided to users in the Asia Pacific areas, including China, in ten languages by Microsoft's service teams in 15 countries and regions these areas.
Targeting the to-be-launched Windows 7, many Chinese technology manufacturers have taken corresponding actions. Li Xianglin, vice president of the Chinese PC maker Lenovo, said that Lenovo's service system has been prepared for the launch of this new operating system. The company will provide a Windows 7 online support special area, over 20 guiding videos, and more than 150 tips to help users learn about Lenovo's new Windows 7 PCs. Meanwhile, the company's 6,000 service engineers will offer professional application directions to users face-to-face or via phone.
Other PC makers, including Founder and HP, also said they will follow up the launch of Windows 7 and will provide the latest services to users.