Russian retailers have started selling Russian operating systems at retail. Its developer hopes to take a leadership position in the market after the reduction of business in the country of the main provider of operating systems for computers, the American Microsoft.
Sales of operating systems developed in Russia were launched by M.Video-Eldorado. The software is produced by P7.
Russians can buy a Red OS workstation for 3,500 rubles, a Red OS server for 9,500 rubles, individual, family and business packages of R7 Office office software for 3,500, 5,500 and 7,500 rubles, respectively.
Experts interviewed by Kommersant stated that the software developed in the country will not be in demand in the future, since it was created on the basis of Linux, with which not all devices work.
At the same time, the system’s developer, P7, hopes to capture a significant share of the software market by the middle of next year. This is facilitated by the reduced presence of the main provider of operating systems – the American company Microsoft.
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