Why Windows 7 Upgrade is Unlike Any Other

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Windows 7 is the latest version of Microsoft Windows, a series of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs and media center PC's. It was released to manufacturing last July 22, 2009, and general retail availability last October 22, 2009. Interested in Windows 7 capabilities, I am intrigued by these statements and I just want to share. Anyone using Windows 7 right now, what can you guys say?

  1. The Whole (Microsoft Windows) Enchilada. This is the first time the server side applications and the client side applications are all being updated at the same time.
  2. Storm Clouds?. This is the first time a really new computing model—cloud computing—is demanding that Microsoft can show it can play well with others.
  3. Google in the Rear View Mirror. This the first time that a big new competitor—Google—is creating a new operating system to be available within twelve months of the new Windows.
  4. Where's Bill?. This will be the first Windows client operating system introduced following Bill Gates retirement.
  5. A Clean, Well Lighted Place. This is the first Windows client that will tout simplicity instead of complexity based on a NASA level programming effort.
  6. Secure by Design This is the first client where security will take prominence over touting backward compatibility.
  7. All Together Now. This is the first time that an economic recovery, an aging IT infrastructure and a vendor community anxious to spur sales and a range of new processor chips will all play to the Microsoft upgrade theme song.
  8. Zero Price Competition. This is the first time that there are really good, mature free operating system competitors to Microsoft.
  9. A Healthy Apple. This is the first time that a healthy Apple is setting the consumer agenda in lots of areas where Microsoft would like to play.
  10. Vista? Never Heard of It. This will be the first time that Microsoft's major competitor is not the previous Microsoft operating system but an operating system—XP—introduced in October 2001.
    by: Eric Lundquist
    image: boygenius


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