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Microsoft's Windows Reboot Could Be Legendary


In companies filled with engineers, products tend to become science projects more than things for real people. Folks do things because they can -- because they want to see what will happen or simply because they want to showcase they have the authority. Satya Nadella's Microsoft is a very different company, though. People are working together again, and the product looks amazing as a result.
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The Brave New World of Windows 10


Microsoft wants Windows 10 to be its most-loved OS release, and it appears to be off and running. Making it a free upgrade, for starters, is one way to curry favor. Windows 10 "will be our best enterprise platform ever, simplifying management and deployment for IT and working seamlessly with existing enterprise applications," said Terry Myerson, EVP of Microsoft's Operating Systems Group.
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Re: Net Neutrality Bill: Saving or Strangling the Internet?  John P. Mello Jr.  2007-01-13 11:17:08
Re: Net Neutrality Bill: Saving or Strangling the Internet?  X-Nc  2007-01-13 11:33:40
Re: Microsoft Patches Adobe's Flash Player in New Security Strategy  Jay Lyman  2007-01-07 19:37:17
Re: Microsoft Patches Adobe's Flash Player in New Security Strategy  bobbyloving  2007-01-07 19:55:24
Re: Silicon, Solar Power and Corporate Responsibility, Part 2  Andrew K. Burger  2007-01-07 06:53:10
Re: Silicon, Solar Power and Corporate Responsibility, Part 2  yjdmd1  2007-01-07 06:54:01
Re: Why Americans Shouldn't Rage Against the Machine  Sonia Arrison  2007-01-07 02:34:57
Re: Why The World Shouldn't Rage Against the Machine  stigkl  2007-01-07 02:40:07
Re: Qflix Will Let Users Burn DVDs From Net  Jennifer LeClaire  2007-01-07 02:18:03
Re: DVD on demand kiosks in general  stigkl  2007-01-07 02:30:50
Re: AMD Mothballs Low-End Personal Internet Communicator  Jennifer LeClaire  2007-01-03 20:09:55
Re: AMD Mothballs Low-End Personal Internet Communicator  grib  2007-01-03 20:20:01
Re: The Three Big Tech Battles of 2007: Who Has the Edge and What Is the Winning Strategy?  Rob Enderle  2007-01-01 10:21:06
Re: The Three Big Tech Battles of 2007: Who Has the Edge and What Is the Winning Strategy?  MacMac  2007-01-02 18:52:42
Re: Bloggers Debate Ethics After Microsoft Giveaway  Jennifer LeClaire  2007-01-02 18:05:52
Re: Bloggers Debate Ethics After Microsoft Giveaway  Lisala72  2007-01-02 18:52:29
Re: Hacker Claims to Have Cracked Next Gen DRM Standard  Erika Morphy  2006-12-29 14:57:33
Re: Hacker Claims to Have Cracked Next Gen DRM Standard  X-Nc  2006-12-30 11:06:37
Re: Silicon, Solar Power and Corporate Responsibility, Part 1  Andrew K. Burger  2006-12-29 16:16:22
Re: Silicon, Solar Power and Corporate Responsibility, Part 1  yjdmd1  2006-12-29 16:25:30
Re: Microsoft's Apple Mistake, Apple's Artificial Image, Open Source Isn't Open  Rob Enderle  2006-12-25 06:33:02
Re: Microsoft's Apple Mistake, Apple's Artificial Image, Open Source Isn't Open  anomalous  2006-12-28 15:35:07
Re: Microsoft's Apple Mistake, Apple's Artificial Image, Open Source Isn  azerthoth  2006-12-27 12:24:04
Re: Microsoft's Apple Mistake, Apple's Artificial Image, Open Source Isn  tracyanne  2006-12-25 21:32:18
Re: Microsoft's Apple Mistake, Apple's Artificial Image, Open Source Isn't Open  GFulgoni  2006-12-25 13:38:55
Re: Vista and the Future of OS Security  Jack M. Germain  2006-12-19 08:16:40
Re: Vista and the Future of OS Security  au79  2006-12-19 08:29:45
Re: Vista and the Future of OS Security  tracyanne  2006-12-25 21:38:59
Re: Vista and the Future of OS Security  anomalous  2006-12-28 15:27:52
Re: Solid-State PCs: Computing's Next Horizon  Jack M. Germain  2006-12-28 15:05:36
Re: Solid-State PCs: Computing's Next Horizon  anomalous  2006-12-28 15:24:47
Re: Taking Heartburn Drugs Could Lead to Broken Hips  Carla K. Johnson  2006-12-27 13:56:25
Re: Taking Heartburn Drugs Could Lead to Broken Hips  redspal  2006-12-27 14:29:29
Re: 'Tis the Season for Portable Multimedia Laptops  Jack M. Germain  2006-12-20 03:42:03
Re: 'Tis the Season for Portable Multimedia Laptops  tauist  2006-12-20 03:52:48
Re: AMD's 50/15, HP's Hurd Hit, Apple's 'Catastrophic' Decline  Rob Enderle  2006-12-18 05:32:13
Re: AMD's 50/15, HP's Hurd Hit, Apple's 'Catastrophic' Decline  rprather1  2006-12-18 10:26:20
Re: Technology and the Politics of War  Sonia Arrison  2006-12-15 08:02:48
Re: Technology and the Politics of War  smoliar  2006-12-15 08:19:48
Re: Net Neutrality Shopping Is Bad for the Economy  Sonia Arrison  2006-12-08 06:12:25
Re: Net Neutrality Shopping Is Bad for the Economy  directorblue  2006-12-08 10:05:37
Re: Vista Hits, Sony Kills Blu-ray, the Birth of Megatasking  Rob Enderle  2006-12-04 17:59:29
Re: Vista Hits, Sony Kills Blu-ray, the Birth of Megatasking  BillShepp  2006-12-04 18:23:00
Re: Generating the Longevity Dividend  Sonia Arrison  2006-12-02 11:43:51
Re: Generating the Longevity Dividend  Peet  2006-12-02 11:54:02

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