Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 2nd Jun 2009 21:00 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Windows Microsoft's original plan was to release Windows 7 three years after Windows Vista, which would put the release date somewhere in January of 2010. Microsoft already made it clear that it would ship sooner, before the holiday season, but we've now got what is most likely the official release dates. Windows 7 will be released to manufacturing at the end of July, with the actual release date being set for October 22 - 2009, that is.
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by bullethead on Wed 3rd Jun 2009 02:50 UTC
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I have Vista on a couple of machines, with the exception of the TV computer which I use for amazon unbox, I have no need for Microsoft products. I'll still buy a couple of copies of Windows 7 however just for shits and giggles and because I love all operating systems.

My main system is Ubuntu, it has done me well, but good luck to Microsoft, I've tried out the beta and they have a whole new method, I like it.

godspeed Microsoft!

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