|25 Jul 2009||#1|
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OEMs Pick Up Windows 7 RTM Code Today in Redmond
When we announced Windows 7 had RTM’d on Wednesday, I posted that OEMs would receive the RTM code within a few days. Well, it’s been a few days! Earlier today, a handful of OEMs arrived in Redmond to pick up their RTM code. In the past when a Windows release reaches RTM, we have traditionally given some/selected OEMs the opportunity to come to Redmond and pick up the RTM code personally. I thought it would be neat to showcase these OEMs that came to campus today as the RTM code is handed off to them to begin preparing for General Availability (GA) on October 22, 2009!
HP: On right is Sean Kovacs, HP DTO Onsite Engineer. On the left is Titan Fang, HP Systems Engineer.
Toshiba: On the right is Hideki Yagi, Director at Toshiba. On the left is Michael Henry, Global Alliance Manager for Toshiba. On the far left is Greg Taylor from Microsoft and on the far right is Mari Kitajima also with Microsoft.
Lenovo: In the middle is Nicole Hopper from Lenovo.On the left of her is James Hendergart and to her right is Zhan Ding both of Microsoft.
Asus: On the right is Derek Li, Systems Engineer from Asus. On the left is David He from Microsoft.
Acer: On the left is Yifan Li, Engineer from Acer. On the right is Clint Woon from Microsoft.
Dell: On the middle right is Christian Piccini, Software Engineer from Dell. On the far left is Jay Hendricks, Senior Software Engineer from Dell. Second from the left is Phil Burtscher and on the far right is Matt Davis both from Microsoft.
Sony: On the left is Herbert Pang, Program Manager for Sony and on the right is Mina Bush, Software Engineer for Sony.
Fujitsu-Siemens: On the left is Henning Klein, Program Manager for Fujitsu. On the right is Constantine Mitschke-Collande from Microsoft.
[Note: Order of OEM by order in which photos were taken today.]
It will be exciting to see the awesome products that OEMs preinstall Windows 7 on later this fall! As GA approaches this fall, it will be exciting to see the awesome OEM products running preinstalled with Windows 7!
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|25 Jul 2009||#8|
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OEM OS are jsut another reason to build your own PC. for my Dell laptop I never got rid of all junk untill I installed a fresh non-OEM version of XP.
they had disabled the microphone while playing sound, so the Karaoke didn't work and al other tweaks they make. Just leave Windows 7 as is. Don't give us trial versions of software that are free and list them as benefits of buying your hardware.
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