Microsoft Roadmap: Windows 8 will be released in 2012

Sunday, November 22, 2009

In the global network were two slides from the Professional Developers Conference 2009, which these days, Microsoft has held for developers. They have some data on the new operating system, Microsoft, while its working title - Windows 8, possibly in the final version it will be called differently. As expected, the new platform will be released in about 2012, ie three years after the previous version of Windows 7. In 2012, according to the second slide, and a new version of Windows Server.

A number of rumors about Windows 8 is already infiltrated the network. For example, we know that the new operating system can get compatibility with 128-bit architecture. Although it is possible that its full support can be realized only to release Windows 9. It is also worth noting that, according to the roadmap, the release of new versions of Windows will be held as planned, without delay, as happened with Windows Vista, which was supposed to go back to 2004.


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