Now here’s something that you don’t see everyday. At a Microsoft store in Lisbon, Portugal, an 11-year old child is making a small product demonstration on Windows 8 to curious customers. If you’re wondering what is that all about, do note that Microsoft wants to ask you if Windows 8 is really that simple. To illustrate is best, Microsoft is ingeniously asking children to do Windows 8 demos to customers in an effort to prove that the new operating system is easy to understand.
It’s actually a very cool publicity stunt, one that hasn’t been used by any of Microsoft’s rivals. And judging from the video above, it seems to be working quite well. They say children cannot tell lies and that they always speak the truth. Well, that belief system seems to be the magic spell here. Watch as the customers get shocked at the edgy boy who’ll do the good presentation. “The moment speaks for itself,” Microsoft said. The real question now is – will it work for you?
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