Friday, February 5, 2010

Windows 8 Will Supply Next Year?

A man who allegedly is a former Microsoft Corp. employees. reported to have disseminated documents that seem to contain information about the certainty of the launch date of Windows operating systems 8.

According to these documents, Microsoft plans to launch a new operating system in the middle of next year.

Chris Green who allegedly is a former software developer at Microsoft has deployed a document called "Estimated Support Product Life Cycles" on the Microsoft blog.

In the document revealed the schedule and product support a product launch date for a dozen Microsoft software products. Although the document immediately removed from the blog, but the number of visitors could store and display them on various sites on the Internet.

In the document mentioned that Microsoft plans to launch Windows 8 on July 1, 2011. Less than two years after Windows 7 comes on the market.

Although the validity of the document can not be ascertained, but all around the product launch date on the document seems appropriate. If so, Microsoft is expected to present updates on its new operating system about a year earlier.

Before this, Microsoft presents their desktop operating system every two to three years. For example in Windows 95, 98, ME, and XP. However, Windows Vista comes five years after XP for some things. Presence of Windows 7 approximately three years after Vista makes Microsoft back to the right path, which is presenting a new desktop operating system every two or three years.

Even so, Microsoft would not confirm about certain dates the release of Windows 8.

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