Windows 7 Is Out Soon!

Microsoft will continue to sell for another two years a version of Windows XP for new computers at low prices on the type of PC Asus Eee. For those who are not satisfied with Windows Vista's new look and functionalities, I have great news. Michael Dix has announced that June 30, 2010 will be the date when the new version of Windows called Windows 7 will be launched. However, on the eve of his retirement, Bill Gates gives the credit, (or attempts to provide) sent out a priori fairly close to pronounce Windows Seven.
On the occasion of a seminar on corporate philanthropy held in Miami, the Reuters news agency reported that the co-founder and chairman of Microsoft said that the next version of Windows operating system will be launched “in the next year or less”. As expected, therefore, Windows 7 should make its appearance within 3 years after Windows Vista, which is available for professionals since November 2006 and for the general public since 2007.

Recall that although few details have filtered 7 on Windows, we talk about modularity for the system, a fairly radical change in terms of user interface (abandonment of the taskbar and Start menu in advance), as well as significant improvements in handwriting and voice recognition. Bill Gates, who was very excited about what the new system will be capable of making, also said that “the new versions of Windows will revolutionize mobile phones” and propose the “office of the future” with the assistance of a touch screen.

Attention to the effects of announcement.

To remember, Windows Vista should have been released in 2003 as originally announced by the Redmond firm. The deadline, that Microsoft did not comply, has been at least an opportunity for Bill Gates to perhaps share one of its latest information on the importance of “life” of Microsoft. What we will get with upcoming Windows we will still see but I hope it will bring us much more stuff than Windows Vista and of course it would be great that Windows 7 be more compatible with our devices and programs.

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