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May 1, 2009

Windows 7 candidate version released next week


by David Allen

Microsoft will be releasing the next step to the launch of Windows 7 next week.

A release candidate will be made available, and the company is looking to avoid the issues that have plagued the operating system Vista, which was the last major Microsoft launch.

Windows 7 has been created to be compatible with Vista but will supposedly give the user the XP experience.

A test version of the operating system will be made available for developers next week, while members of the public can begin testing it from the 5th May.

Microsoft’s research has shown that ninety per cent of users are either very satisfied or just satisfied with Vista and to prove this around eighty seven per cent said they would recommend the operating system to their friends and colleagues.

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