Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 28th May 2008 03:15 UTC
Windows I personally doubted that Windows 7 would make an actual appearance during the Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer joint interview up on stage at the D6 conference, but as it turns out, it has made an appearance. During an interview conducted by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher about Ballmer and Gates' past, present, and future, a short demo was given of Windows 7.
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RE: Microsoft Surface?
by tupp on Thu 29th May 2008 04:30 UTC in reply to "Microsoft Surface?"
tupp
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2006-11-12

When Apple introduced a dock, they alienated a lot of fans, but their biggest fanbois decided to love it.


Apple was not first to introduce a "dock." Not by a longshot.


Microsoft's platform has a different sort of fanboi, who loves things the way they currently are, and hates change.


Is this sarcasm? It sounds more like a description of dogmatic Mac fanboys.


Having a "dock" is simply laughable, because Microsoft fans will HATE it!


More sarcasm? You do realize that the taskbar/dock first appeared in Windows in 1985?

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