Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Oct 2009 21:31 UTC
Microsoft "Microsoft announces another quarter of revenue declines, but results were still stronger than expected, thanks to what Microsoft executives referred to as 'cost discipline' and a streamlining of business divisions. With the release of Windows 7 on Oct. 22, consumers and businesses may be in the mood to buy new PCs and Microsoft products."
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Who says they don't?

Lots of new Microsoft tools are .Net based.

Why should they drop lots of perfect running applications just to rewrite them in .Net?

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