Ben Bajarin could be the Director of Consumer Technology evaluation and evaluation at Creative Strategies, Inc, a technology marketplace evaluation and marketplace intelligence firm located in Silicon Valley.
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Windows 8 coming in 2012, says Ballmer. Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer has confirmed that the company’s next-generation systems will be out in 2012 and, in doing so, referred to the software as “Windows 8″ for the first time.
Microsoft’s Windows division has been on something of a roll recently, but a deeper look into the company’s financials seems to indicate that the reported numbers might look better than reality.
When Microsoft made Windows 7 SP1 available last month, users the world over set off downloading the update, but what if you want the files on a good old piece of plastic? Now you can order SP1 for free from Microsoft’s Online Store.
Microsoft started working on IE 9 from past three weeks, so there is nothing much you can expect at this point of time but the goal is now to improve the rendering engine performance and to speed up the browsing experience for the users.
Sure Microsoft has its Windows Phone 7 naysayers, but the software giant is off to a strong start with its first round of smartphones. On Monday Microsoft surprised many cynics when it took the wraps off Windows Phone 7 platform and showed devices from HTC, LG, Samsung and Dell.
Microsoft surface is a revolutionary touch screen computing platform. It has been developed for use in commercial environments. Microsoft asserts that its product can be of great benefit to those in the public sector, health, retail, hospitality and financial services.
It seems that Microsoft has finally redeemed themselves in the Windows 7 operating system, selling 150 million licenses of the new operating system so far. After Windows XP, Vista was released, to the dismay of many customers and users.
It seemed only hours ago Microsoft stood by their decision not to change the UAC control panel behavior in Windows insisting it was “by design”. Oh wait, it was only hours ago. Nevertheless, three hours and numerous comments later, Microsoft reversed their decision for the better of all Windows 7 users.
With a suitably equipped PC you can set up a virtual machine with Microsoft VM 5.5 and run a variety of alternative operating systems simultaneously! What Is Virtualization?