People buy and sell a lot of thing online now. Especially in a growing economy like India, we have a choice of many popular online portals and marketplaces to chose from. One of the most popular marketplace in India is OLX where you find anything ranging from mobiles for sale , vehicles, home appliances and so on. Olx is a free online platform of classifieds where anyone can create ads to sell their products easily. It’s a win-win situation for buyers as well because you can find used products in good condition and at much cheaper rates than the traditional market. Olx also offers a wide range of services from education and jobs, matrimonial, buying and selling of all type of products like vehicles, real estates and so on.
Microsoft announced it’s completely new Operating System once again and people jumped on a wagon wheel to upgrade to it at a cheap discounted price. That’s not bad. Easier and cheaper upgrade is always one of the most cutting-edge strategy for marketing. But don’t make a fool of yourself by doing that in a hurry. Windows 8 is made for tablets, not for your PC.
Microsoft has made a complete generation of PC users to be grown up with the habits of doing things the easier way. I completely understand the argument that it may as well be a User Experience habit. But Come’ on which pattern would you chose to interact with a computer to accomplish a job ? Option 1 – Double click or left click->click->click->click. That would work in most of the cases. If not, the worst thing you would have to do is to right-click –> select some option in the pop-up and anything would work eventually. Option 2 – Move your mouse pointer all around the desktop, hoping you would find the mysterious [G-spot] spot somewhere and even after that you have to wait there for a second for something to pop-up, and if you’re lucky enough that would be the option you were looking for. That’s Windows 8 for you in a nutshell. It is like a bad blind date, you do not want to live with her.
Though Indian users had a fair share of Windows Phone devices courtesy the release of some Windows Phones like HTC Mozart, HD7, Dell’s Venue Pro, WP7 users in India are yet to get official Windows Phone Marketplace to download and buy apps to their device.
One of the alternative to access the Marketplace is to use the US Based Live ID to register as the Primary Account for the Marketplace so that they can access the Marketplace as a US User or a little bit of tweaking in the Windows Registry would do the trick for you.