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July 11, 2011

Live Twitter Chats

We know you have a lot of questions and ideas about Windows 7, Windows 7 PCs, Windows Live and more. We see the comments in the blog posts, via tweets and in our day to day conversations with people all around the world. So, we thought: “Why not give people a time to talk with us directly?” We want to answer all your questions, share knowledge that might not make it into a blog posts and share anecdotal stories that show a little behind the scenes glimpse into our life. Do you know the voice behind @Windows is a tried and true New Yorker? Or that @benthepcguy is trained in Krav Maga? While these things seem trivial, they provide a glimpse into how we see the world of PCs and we think the more we share, the more you’ll learn. So, here’s what’s going to happen.

Live Twitter Chats

Live Twitter chats with Windows will start tomorrow on July 12th and happen every Tuesday for an indefinite amount of time. Each week we will have a topic and spend 1 hour answering your questions. You’ll be able to address topics to @benthepcguy, @brandonleblanc, @kristinalibby, @windows, and @windowsblog. Of course, we may punt the question off to whoever knows the best answer, so pay attention for tweets, RTs, and DMs.

To get involved, join us tomorrow from 12pm- 1pm PT. That’s 3pm-4pm ET for those on the opposite coast. Use the hashtag #win7tech, bring some great questions and see what we are planning to talk about. This week’s talk is about “Back to School PCs” and will feature some of our favorites, some you might have never seen and we’ll answer your buying questions. In the meantime, leave some questions in the comments below and we will answer those first during the chat.

Note we will only be talking about the outlined topic each week and we will not be answering questions outside those topics. Questions for this week may including: what’s the best PC for a fashion-savvy English studies major, what’s the best gaming pc for my freshman son or what are secrets to note-taking during class?