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An Update On The Windows Summit 2010: New Content, Dean Hachamovitch and More
I recently talked about the Windows Summit 2010 and today I want to give everyone a quick update on the event and some new content that went live earlier today. If you have not yet heard, the Windows Summit 2010 is an online event for hardware and software designers, developers, engineers and testers...
Wed, Jun 16 2010
Next Version of Windows to Run on System-on-a-Chip Architectures
Happy New Year everyone! At CES 2011 in Las Vegas, we hosted a press conference announcing that the next version of Windows will support System on a Chip architectures from Intel, AMD, and ARM. We announced that the next version of Windows will support System on a Chip (SoC) architectures including ARM...
Wed, Jan 5 2011
Windows Summit 2010: Wherever You Are, Be Here Today!
Hello Everyone - It is my pleasure to announce that the Windows Summit 2010 kicks off today. Those of you who have heard about Windows Summit 2010 know that it is a virtual comprised of three tracks – Device , System and Software . The event designed for...
Tue, May 25 2010
64-Bit Momentum Surges with Windows 7
Are you running a 64-bit edition of Windows 7? There is a high likelihood you are. As of June 2010, we see that 46% of all PCs worldwide running Windows 7 are running a 64-bit edition of Windows 7. That is, nearly half of all PCs running Windows 7 are running 64-bit. Compared to Windows Vista at 3 and...
Thu, Jul 8 2010
Introducing Windows Product Scout
Let’s talk about choice. Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of Windows is choice – of how you want to use your PC, of hardware, of devices, of software and web apps. It is our amazing ecosystem of partners that brings choice to Windows 7 users with a vast array of products that extend and enhance their...
Thu, Oct 21 2010
Windows 7 Compatibility Center: 17 markets in 12 languages to list over 100,000 products & new IE8 Tools
I'm pleased to announce we've expanded support for the Windows 7 Compatibility Center. The fantastic Windows 7 momentum continues with a 150 million licenses sold to date , so ongoing support for the huge number of products that work with Windows is critical. Since my first announcement on the...
Wed, Jun 30 2010
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