Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Jul 2008 22:55 UTC, submitted by Chavez
Windows While Microsoft has only just begun fighting the perception problems surrounding Windows Vista, the company is already thinking and planning way beyond its latest operating system. We all know that Windows 7 will build on top of the foundations laid by Vista, and that it will include a fancy multitouch framework (and a mysterious new taskbar). According to Microsoft, Windows 7 is still on track for January 2010, and in a memo to his employees, CEO Steve Ballmer outlined some interesting new approaches the company might try with Windows 7 - including being just a little more like Apple.
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"Commitment to choice"
by AndyM103 on Sat 26th Jul 2008 08:30 UTC
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2008-03-18

Does that mean they'll relieve the pressure on OEMs so to give us the choice of machines without Windows? I assume not, as that's not really in their interest...

Funny how this big company to customer relationship works...

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