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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: How to Solve the Net Neutrality Issue 4  akcoyote   2009-11-06 13:55:19 
Re: MainGear Warms Up New Line of Personal Supercomputers 2  akcoyote   2009-11-05 08:13:06 
Re: Epix Launches One-Two Punch With TV-Web Movie Channel 2  akcoyote   2009-11-05 07:34:39 
Re: Jimmy Wales and the Slippery Slope 5  jmerkey   2009-11-03 21:22:29 
Re: Android 2.0 Phones Get New Google Nav App 2  jimshorrock   2009-10-29 12:42:35 
Re: Windows 7 - Slick OS, but Not Worth an Upgrade 5  jimbus   2009-10-29 08:01:28 
Re: Microsoft Launches a Revolution, Apple Launches a Mouse 16  -hh   2009-10-29 06:35:30 
Re: IBM and Apple: Why We Love Monopolies and Then Kill Them 2  bassfooter   2009-10-28 18:01:18 
Re: ICANN to Give Web Addresses International Flavor 2  davcoh   2009-10-28 07:02:20 
Re: Windows 7 and What Comes After the PC 2  hairyfeet   2009-10-27 00:24:17 
Re: Windows 7 Gets Rid of the Gimmicks 4  akcoyote   2009-10-26 13:34:18 
Re: Sidekick Data Rises From the Ashes 4  dbb10001   2009-10-26 05:51:03 
Re: Windows 7 Draws New PC Designs Out of the Woodwork 2  Kagehi   2009-10-25 10:55:38 
Re: The Windows 7 Road to Success: Is It There Yet? 3  ronburns   2009-10-23 13:06:08 
Re: Selling Windows 7: The Good, the Bad and the Tragically Hip 4  nivekc1   2009-10-23 05:43:54 
Re: Firefox Locks Out Microsoft's App Dev Tech 2  hairyfeet   2009-10-20 17:11:00 
Re: HP Readies New PCs for the Windows 7 Party 2  tony4life   2009-10-14 14:32:36 
Re: Windows 7 vs. Snow Leopard: Inside the War Rooms 5  macrhino   2009-10-14 11:34:58 
Re: Sidekick Users Burned by Danger in the Cloud 2  Dangered   2009-10-12 13:18:34 
Re: LG's E-Reader Prototype Soaks Up Sun 2  leofoss   2009-10-12 12:50:39 

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