Friday, June 26, 2009

Dateline Windows 7 Vienna - 22 October 2009

Windows 7 or Vienna is due for launch worldwide on October 22 2009. One of the main features addressed in the OS is about the performance in which Longhorn (Vista) was heavily criticized upon. And secondly, it combines the support of 32-bit and 64-bit in one instead of separated out versions.

The European version, due to its laws imposed will exclude the Internet Explorer browser. But the good news that for those who bought new machines and then featuring Windows Vista, there is the option to upgrade to Vienna with no costs, but you need to request a CD from Microsoft. Not sure Microsoft Malaysia will send one to customers like us, in this case, I'm using Vista business.

See also - Features in Windows Vienna (7)

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