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Windows 7 surpasses Windows XP’s market share

10/13/2011, When it comes to the lion’s share of operating systems that run on personal computers, Microsoft’s Windows takes the cake – and has done so for more than a decade and a half already. The thing is this, with a fair number of Windows...

Onkyo floods Japan with new Windows 7 tablet

11/17/2010, Tablet devices being all the rage these days look set to increase its stable with yet another number, this time round from Onkyo. That name alone might give the game away as this 11.6-inch TW317A7 tablet will arrive in Japan, and for those who swear that...

Windows 7 benefitted from 8 million testers

10/22/2009, Microsoft surely knew that they could very well not afford to fail with Windows 7 after seeing just what a huge flop (relatively speaking, of course) Windows Vista was, and hence they roped in 8 million testers in their biggest beta ever to date....

Dell upgrades to Windows 7 on your behalf

10/05/2009, Dell knows that you might purchase a computer from them now before Windows 7 arrives later this month, and have come forward to offer the Windows 7 Free and Easy upgrade program. As long as you purchase popular PCs including the Inspiron 15 or 17 laptop,...

Windows 7 gets trial period

08/21/2009, Microsoft has announced that users will be able to give their latest operating system, Windows 7, a good test up to 120 days before they are required to fork out the dough for it. The four month trial period will end with a request for an activation code...

Windows 7 Pre-Orders Are Sold Out

06/29/2009, It seems that heavily discounted Windows 7 upgrades that went up for pre-order on Friday in Japan are now sold-out, amounting to a grand total of 30,000 copies – pretty impressive! We do know that 17 retailers were involved in the pre-order sales,...

Microsoft To Offer Windows 7 On USB Flash Drive

06/26/2009, Microsoft is flirting with the idea of offering its upcoming Windows 7 operating system on USB flash drives, enabling upgrades to be made easier for machines without optical drives. Sounds pretty good to us, but it still remains to be seen whether this...

Windows 7 Pricing Unveiled

06/25/2009, First we have the packaging details, and now the pricing. Time to start saving up if you want to bring home a copy of Windows 7 when it is released in due time. Depending on which route you take, you could end up paying nothing for Windows 7 if it comes...

Windows 7 E Misses Out On Internet Explorer

06/11/2009, Folks living in Europe will be able to choose from a couple of versions where the upcoming Windows 7 is concerned. This operating system has been dubbed Windows 7 E and will leave out Internet Explorer (IE) as well as other browsers so as to offer users a...

Windows 7 Marked For October 22nd Release

06/02/2009, Microsoft has officially announced October 22nd to be the day where Windows 7 will be launched. Are you happy to see such a close release date? If that’s the case, might we suggest those who are still using Windows XP to skip the upgrade path to...

Windows 7 Starter Edition Will Not Limit Apps

05/31/2009, Microsoft has recently confirmed that their final release of the Windows 7 Starter Edition won’t be gimped, which means you can open more than 3 applications simultaneously. This is definitely a smart move by Microsoft, since life would be pretty...

Windows 7 Predicted To Do Better Than Vista

05/06/2009, Now this isn’t really a prediction, as chances are Windows 7 will definitely do much better than Windows Vista did in the business sector within a 2-year period after Windows 7 is launched – at least that’s what the folks at Microsoft...

Microsoft Windows 7 Release Candidate Now Available

05/05/2009, Microsoft has just released their Windows 7 release candidate to the general public as promised, where users will be able to access an improved version of the public beta, featuring a modified taskbar and Aero Peek behavior, several performance...