Microsoft searching for "real" PC users to appear in ads
Microsoft is pressing ahead with its "I'm a PC" campaign with the hunt for "real" PC users to appear in a Microsoft advert.
The company is asking "real" PC users to upload a photo or webcam video to showcase "what kind of PC they are and helping Microsoft tell the story of what it really means to be a PC user".
The major new advertising campaign that will be shown across internet, poster, and TV advertisements in the UK.
Microsoft says: "A real PC user could be anyone, from a student who uses their PC to study, a housewife who runs the family household and shares photos, to an entrepreneur who promotes and manages their business. No matter how their PC fits into and adds to their daily life, Microsoft wants to hear from them!"
For more information on the campaign and to upload your own videos and photos, visit www.windows.co.uk.