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Windows 7: A First Look

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  • Windows 7: A First Look

  • First look at Windows 7's User Interface
  • Windows 7: Official screenshots
  • First look: Windows 7 takes on Apple
  • Windows 7 Screenshots

Windows 7 pre-beta build: What’s inside

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blogs.zdnet: Microsoft isn’t going to show Windows 7 to attendees of the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in Los Angeles until Tuesday, October 28. But new info about what’s part of the pre-beta build that will be provided to show-goers is beginning to trickle out.

Linux Netbooks Impact Microsoft Sales

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  • Microsoft's Future

  • Microsoft sales tumble from quarterly high
  • Linux Netbooks Impact Microsoft Sales
  • Microsoft: Blame Recession The Rise of Netbooks

Microsoft's global anti-user day

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fsf.org/blogs: Software companies like Microsoft often refer to copying they don't approve of as "piracy." They suggest that such copying is ethically equivalent to murder and robbery. Even these far-fetched analogies are not enough for Microsoft, who in their press release yesterday updated the comparison to draw a connection between such copying and organized crime.

Microsoft’s new “Global Anti-Piracy Day” must have Linux users laughing

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  • Microsoft’s new “Global Anti-Piracy Day” must have Linux users laughing

  • Pirates scoff at Microsoft's anti-piracy day
  • Microsoft’s “Don’t Talk Like a Pirate” day

Top 12 Most Absurd Quotes By Steve Ballmer

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junauza.com: Yesterday, my post was about the latest stupid remarks by Steve Ballmer at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo. Today, we'll take a look at his all time most ridiculous quotes.

Microsoft self interest is its commitment to open source

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blogs.the451group: Microsoft continued its moves to make its Windows OS and other software more supportive and integrated with open source last week, releasing Web Application Installer software to facilitate development and use of popular Web applications, including open source software such as DotNetNuke web application framework, Drupal content management software, osCommerce e-commerce software and WordPress blogging software.

Also: How Microsoft will compete with 'free'

More Patent Threats From Microsoft

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groklaw.net: Ina Fried has an interview with "Microsoft's top intellectual property lawyer", Horacio Gutierrez, and Gutierrez directly threatens to sue any company, like Red Hat, that refuses to sell out and do a patent deal like the one Novell signed up for.

Microsoft: We're all 'mixed source' companies

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news.cnet.com: In case you were wondering, Microsoft thinks the battle of open source vs. proprietary software is basically over. "Today, but increasingly in the future, we are all going to be 'mixed source'," Microsoft's top intellectual property lawyer said in a lunchtime interview on Thursday.

The top five reasons why Windows Vista failed

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blogs.zdnet: On Friday, Microsoft gave computer makers a six-month extension for offering Windows XP on newly-shipped PCs. While this doesn’t impact enterprise IT — because volume licensing agreements will allow IT to keep installing Windows XP for many years to come — the move is another symbolic nail in Vista’s coffin.

Also: Vista R.I.P.

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