Thursday, July 23, 2009

Microsoft Windows 7 available in October

Microsoft's new-generation personal computer operating system, Windows 7, is expected to be available in October the software giant announced last month.
Microsoft had previously announced that Windows 7, which replaces the much maligned Vista, would be available to customers in time for the holiday shopping season and the October release date is ahead of expectations.
Windows operating systems are used in about 90 percent computers, according to industry figures.
Microsoft released a nearly final version of Window 7 known as Windows 7.
Vista complaints included that it was not compatible with some software designed for the previous-generation Windows XP OS and that it was too much for smaller capacity "netbooks" or older computers to handle.

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