Microsoft will launch a pre-beta release of Windows 7 next month. The pre-beta release shows that Microsoft is on target for Windows 7's 2010 launch. Microsoft used the Vista kernel in developing Windows 7; analysts say this will avert compatibility problems. The Windows 7 pre-beta will demonstrate Windows 7's touchscreen capabilities.

Developers will get their first look at an alpha version of the operating system at the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in October. Microsoft plans to demonstrate its progress on Windows 7 at the annual event. But the operating system itself won't debut in retail stores until 2010.

  1. Christina the coffee lady September 26, 2008 at 12:21 PM  

    Just out circle surfin' with LBP. Have a great week end! Christina

  2. ebcak October 1, 2008 at 3:21 PM  

    heya, just coming over from linkback. Looks like Microsoft is trying to distance itself from Vista, not even Sienfeld could stop that ship from sinking....

  3. Windows 7 Screenshots February 11, 2009 at 11:28 AM  

    When shall Microsoft understand that we need more than just a calculator and MS Paint with the $300 OS DVDs. I remember watching a Mac vs. PC ad about the bundled software and I was ashamed of what Microsoft offers us.

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