Microsoft unleashes its Latest Windows (Oct 21, 2009) — Personal computers are on the verge of getting a revolution with commencement of the newest Windows operating system.

windows_logoMicrosoft is hopeful the successor to Vista will be additional hit with users as it launches on 22 October. Several features take into account multimedia applications and the reality that users are beginning to accumulate their data on the internet.

Microsoft has also encouraged public to cleave to Windows 7 launch parties and has gone as far as to organize party packs for those prepared to get their associates together to mark the release.

In spite of this, the launch of Windows 7 is possible to be a low key occasion compared to launches of prior incarnations of Windows. In the ancient times Microsoft has called on the Rolling Stones and comedian Jerry Seinfeld to assist launches its latest operating system.

Windows 7, previously codenamed Blackcomb and Vienna, is being released less than three years after the launch of Vista. The operating system would be released in six distinct editions. The versions PC users are most probable to see on shop shelves are the Home Premium and Professional editions. Other versions are aimed at users in developing nations and corporate clientele. All but the most basic edition of the software will be offered in 32 and 64 bit versions. Those buying a family pack of Windows 7 will be able to establish the software on up to three PCs. A Home Premium edition of the software will charge £79.99 until 1 January 2010, at which point it will go up to £99.99.

As Microsoft claims Vista has been an accomplishment, in that it has sold more than its antecedent Windows XP, analysts have leveled loads of criticisms at the software with the heavy demands it puts on PC resources.

Windows 7 has better support for multi-touch interfaces, handwriting recognition and improvements to its capability to work with multi-core processors. Modifications have too been made to the common taskbar that nearly all users have at the bottom of the screen.

One thought on “Microsoft unleashes its Latest Windows

  • October 21, 2009 at 7:43 am

    Thata boy! On the verge of a revolution? MS may be the victim not the victor.

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