Some companies are planning to skip Windows Vista, and that's OK, according to Steve Ballmer. But Microsoft's CEO hopes that those companies come back for Windows 7.
Ballmer said that "if people want to wait they really can," ZDNet's Larry Dignan reports
. "But I'd definitely deploy Vista," he said.
Speaking on Thursday at Gartner's Symposium/ITxpo conference
in Orlando, Ballmer defended Vista and noted that "the adoption rate of Vista is two times faster than XP at two years in."
"Our next release of Windows will be compatible with Vista. The key is let's get on with it. We'll be ready when you want to deploy Windows 7."
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