Q&A: Windows boss weighs in on version 7 plans

    Q&A: Windows boss weighs in on version 7 plans


    Posted: 09 Jan 2009
    LAS VEGAS - Bill Veghte may not be as well known as his boss at Microsoft, Steve Ballmer. But as the head of the company's Windows business, Veghte is one of the key executives to the future of the company.
    At the Consumer Electronics Show here Wednesday, Veghte sat with CNET News senior writer Ina Fried for a wide-ranging interview, touching on everything from the planned release of Windows 7 to future of Microsoft's gee-whiz touch technology. The following is a condensed and edited version of that interview:




    Q&A: Windows boss weighs in on version 7 plans | Beyond Binary - CNET News
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    09 Jan 2009



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    Thanks, Airbot. Good read.

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    Q: Did you think one server would be enough for the beta download?

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    MS is embarrasing all of us that are always singing their praises.
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    echrada said:
    MS is embarrasing all of us that are always singing their praises.

    I'm finding it quite funny....but I already have a key muhahahaha
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    I would if I had the money to get a subscription.
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    garysgold said:
    Thanks, Airbot. Good read.

    Gary

    You're welcome Gary.
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    I can see how this would be quite amusing if one already had a key. LOL


    I'm beginning to regret posting that other thread last night.
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