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Windows 7: Windows 7 will create 25,000 jobs, says study.


06 Oct 2009   #1
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Windows 7 will create 25,000 jobs, says study.

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But overall impact on IT spending modest.
Windows 7 will add 25,000 jobs to the U.S. and "do its bit" to help the economy climb out of the crisis, says IDC in a new study.
But overall IT spending and employment growth will be modest over the next few years, according to this Microsoft-sponsored report, released today.
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Windows 7 will create 25,000 jobs, says study

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06 Oct 2009   #2

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Where do these numbers come from?
It is just to fool the poor people of a country so as to popularize and generate positive energy regarding the product.
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06 Oct 2009   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Windows Vista Ultimate x64 and Windows 2003 Datacenter Server x64 Edition
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by praseodeveloper View Post
Where do these numbers come from?
It is just to fool the poor people of a country so as to popularize and generate positive energy regarding the product.
Hmmm... may be!
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