Posts in Windows Logo Program

Device Stage Visual Editor Now Available

By Brandon LeBlanc

You’ve heard us talk about some great Device Stage implementations such as Sierra Wireless AirCards, Kodak EasyShare M530, Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro and Canon Cameras and Printers but never about how to make Device Stage experiences come to We want… Read more

64-Bit Momentum Surges with Windows 7

By Brandon LeBlanc

Are you running a 64-bit edition of Windows 7? There is a high likelihood you As of June 2010, we see that 46% of all PCs worldwide running Windows 7 are running a 64-bit edition of Windows That is, nearly… Read more

3 Things To Know About Our Ecosystem

By Mark Relph

Any Saturday afternoon you are likely to find me at the local Best Buy or Fry’ You see, I am a gadget nut and I love finding that next great product that helps me do something new or This is,… Read more

Look for the logo this holiday

By Mark Relph

After seeing all the great new technology at the PDC in LA last week, I’m very excited to get started on my holiday shopping! Earlier this year, I bought my wife a new Windows 7 PC, which has now inspired… Read more

Compatibility & Ecosystem Momentum For Windows 7

By Mark Relph

Hi, it’s Mark Relph again from the Windows Ecosystem Team here at  Over the summer, our team posted a series of updates on our progress overall and with hardware and software  In advance of the launch of Windows 7, I… Read more

The Windows 7 Logo Program

By Mark Relph

First, let me introduce   My name is Mark Relph and I am a Senior Director with the Windows Product Strategy Group and I lead a group known as the Windows Ecosystem My team and I focus on a few… Read more

An Ecosystem Update for Windows 7

By Mike Nash

Hi, Mike Nash here from the Windows Platform Strategy Earlier this week, I was in New Orleans at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). It was amazing to see the strength and scale of the Windows ecosystem at this event, particularly… Read more