Microsoft, the next few months (apparently) without leaving Windows 7, and plans for this new version, which will replace the previous operating system Windows Vista.
Developers will be easy to use and more functional, less of what you do and what is not necessary in Windows 7 promise.
Microsoft, these partners during an upgrade option for existing customers to purchase the ability to offer Windows Vista-based computer to do, and then only announced when ready to install Windows 7.
22 October 2009 release date for Windows 7 as has been approved. In addition, Windows Server 2008 R2 will be available around the same time.
All the advantages of close partners with Microsoft Windows were released after 7 dispirit are working to provide their mutual customers say.
On 3 June 2009, the Microsoft OEM Division Corporate Vice President Steve Guggenheimer, a new version of Windows 7, the company’s confidence expresed. In a keynote address he announced the 2009 COMPUTEX Taipei.
“What do we do this with Windows technology and new tasks for them to communicate better what makes possible simple and to improve the lives of people so it will continue,” he says. Equipment in the field of “Business partners, software in their competitors – all industry is doing incredible things.” Mr Guggenheimer said.
As an example, the small notebook computer (also known as Netbooks’s evolution for) the basis for the ability of its customers are able to provide a simplified Internet connection referred. He continued to say: “A year ago, these small PCs came on the first event, a space that many consumers do not want or need full-featured devices were saying that,” he said. “In fact, just the opposite appeared to be true.
Consumer PCs and laptops are really small notebook and desktop computers as we want to work. Familiar and easy to use Windows experience allows customers want and demand with these devices. “That increase in sales and even laptop computers, desktop PC sales in excess in the near future, with consumers’ growing demand is expected to say that went on the road connection.