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83% Of Businesses Won’t Go Windows 7 Next Year
Hot Hardware – Mendon,MA,USA
A study that polled over 1100 IT professionals recently found that a staggering majority of companies are likely to skip right over Windows 7 — just like
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Businesses will postpone Windows 7 rollouts
Register – London,England,UK
One reason companies won’t move to Windows 7 is concern among businesses that their favorite software and hardware won’t be compatible with the new
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Study predicts bear market for Windows 7 – UK
A new report is predicting a slow market for enterprise adoption of Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 7 release. In a recent survey of 1100 IT professionals,
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Would you upgrade anytime with Windows 7?
InfoWorld – San Francisco,CA,USA
Here are some details: Because of the smaller size of Windows 7, three versions of the program will come loaded even on lower-end machines.
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Microsoft to start pushing IE 8 browser
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
A version of IE 8 is also being built into Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 7 operating system, though users will also be able to turn off the browser.
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Study: 83 % of Businesses Won’t Deploy Windows 7 Next Year
DailyTech – Chicago,IL,USA
Windows 7 features a cleaner interface, a leaner footprint, and better hardware compatibility. However, according to a recent survey 83 percent of IT
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Enterprise Deployment of Windows 7 Will Be Slow
NewsFactor Network – Woodland Hills,CA,USA
By Mark Long While many businesses will skip Microsoft’s Windows Vista and go to Windows 7, the adoption is likely to be slow as IT departments wait for
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Microsoft’s search must begin in Redmond
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
Microsoft hasn’t been on a good track through Vista, but they still could change that: the Windows 7 beta is quite enjoyable to use, as is Windows Server
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Economy, Vista Slowing Windows 7 Adoption Plans – Montvale,NJ,USA
By Shane O’neill, CIO, 04/13/09 A report released today about IT managers’ Windows 7 upgrade plans reveals that a large majority of IT staff do not intend
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Central Penn Business Journal

• InfoWeek: 83% of businesses won’t touch Windows 7 in 2010
Central Penn Business Journal – Harrisburg,PA,USA
By Andréa Maria Cecil In a recent survey of more than 1100 IT professionals, 83 percent said their companies plan to skip Windows 7 in its first year,
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Google Blogs Alert for: "windows 7"

Study: Windows 7 could follow Vista to an early grave » VentureBeat
By Ed Oswald
Redmond’s latest and greatest — the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system — runs the risk of following a similar path …
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Burn ISO Images Natively in Windows 7 – Windows Experience Blog
By Brandon LeBlanc
Geeks and IT Pros often have to burn an ISO image (.iso file) to physical media such as a CD or DVD to test out and install software. We have made it easier to burn ISO images in Windows 7 by natively supporting the ability to burn ISO
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Windows 7 Update: From Beta To RC The Microsoft Way | Windows 7 News
Microsoft has made it clear in the beginning that users who would install the beta release of Windows 7 would not be able to update to the Windows 7 release.
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Windows 7 Beta Customer Preview Program
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