MS pushes up release date of Windows 7

Published by • January 20th, 2008 RSS News Feed

Microsoft is making a move

Industry sources are indicating that Microsoft plans to release Windows 7 (the follow up to Visa) in 2009, one year earlier than anticipated. Microsoft might be anxious to roll out a new update to its OS after the lukewarm reception had by Vista.

Microsoft, however, would be well-warned not to rush and push an unfinished product out the door. if you recall, Microsoft initially began working on what would become Vista in 2001. The project, initially codenamed “Longhorn”, was hampered by continuous delays and bugs, and when it was finally released, the public was less than thrilled. PC World even ranked it as the biggest tech disappointment of 2007. Tech analysts, and even Steve Ballmer himself, point out that Microsoft, in developing Vista,

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was trying to do too much, and as a result, the project was plagued with numerous delays and glitches.

Microsoft has hopefully learned its lesson and will now attempt to deliver incremental, yet value laden, OS updates that will actually get users excited.

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