Linked by on Tue 27th May 2008 15:00 UTC
Windows So far, Microsoft has been very tight-lipped about Windows 7, carefully trying to prevent another Longhorn PR disaster where the company promised the heavens and more for Longhorn, but in the end ditched Longhorn to make way for Vista. Chris Flores (Windows Client Communications Team) as well as Steven Sinofsky, has broken the silence a little bit to talk about Windows 7. In addition, it is believed Windows 7 will make its first official debut at the D6 All Things Digital conference today, during a keynote held by Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates.
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stabbyjones
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2008-04-15

besides missing a few no name windows editions like 95, 98, 98-2nd and ME your odd/even theory just may be true.

if they work on the 2008 kernel then 7 should turn out to be a great OS. whether it's worth paying money for is another story, but 2008 ran better for me as a vm on vista ultimate than vista itself.

personally I would much prefer to see a x64 only edition which came with vm of a vista x86 basic edition.

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