Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 25th Jun 2008 04:58 UTC, submitted by google_ninja
Windows We already know some of the directions Windows 7 will be exploring: a system-wide multitouch user interface framework, a focus on performance, all while building on top of the groundwork Windows Vista has laid out. While off-hand remarks have been made concerning the operating system's release date, it appears Microsoft now formalised the release date of Windows 7.
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more of the same
by bolomkxxviii on Wed 25th Jun 2008 10:34 UTC
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One thing MicroSoft won't improve in Windows 7 is the DRM situation. It will be MORE infected than Vista. The MPAA/Content providers are doing everything they can to lock down their content, regardless of our fair use rights. I refuse to use itunes for the same reason. If I pay for something or have legal rights to do something I WILL NOT let someone else tell me I can't.

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RE: more of the same
by Thom_Holwerda on Wed 25th Jun 2008 10:55 in reply to "more of the same"
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One thing MicroSoft won't improve in Windows 7 is the DRM situation.

When did you encounter DRM, if I might ask?

Cry wolf all you want, but it's going to get you nowhere. Once DRM finally really starts impeding upon people's usage of computers, no one will believe you.

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RE[2]: more of the same
by Alleister on Wed 25th Jun 2008 14:22 in reply to "RE: more of the same"
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When i tried to play an HD-DVD on my DVI-but-non-HDMI TFT. When i wanted to use my Hardware accelerated 3D Soundcard on Vista.

In the last few years, i often said if Microsoft would push any further i would make a switch no matter how painful it might be. Vista finally made me do it.

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