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With the official launch day for Windows 7 upon us, we’ve got coverage from around the GigaOM Network on everything from how to obtain drivers you may need to the potential industry impact of the new operating system to comparisons with Apple’s Snow Leopard. To help […]

windows7_v_webWith the official launch day for Windows 7 upon us, we’ve got coverage from around the GigaOM Network on everything from how to obtain drivers you may need to the potential industry impact of the new operating system to comparisons with Apple’s Snow Leopard. To help you navigate them all, we’ve put together a list of all our posts, which we’ll update throughout the day.

  1. As Windows 7 Rolls Out, 4 Things to Expect
  2. Microsoft Becoming Apple With First Retail Store, Online PC Sales
  3. Need windows 7 Drivers? Check RadarSync
  4. Why I’m Dumping Vista for Windows 7
  5. Windows 7 to Usher in Profitless Prosperity
  6. Windows 7 Launches–Lines in Tokyo
  7. It’s Windows 7 Day: Are We The Early Adopters?
  8. Ads on Your Desktop — Windows 7-Sponsored Themes
  9. Snow Leopard Still a Better Ride Than Windows 7, Even for the Not-Rich
  10. Lenovo Windows 7 Drivers On the Web
  11. Toshiba Updates Netbook Software for Windows 7
  12. Why Chipmakers Will Love Windows 7
  13. Video: Run Mac programs Under Windows 7, Sort Of
  14. How to Install Windows 7 on a Netbook With No Optical Drive
  15. How Windows 7 Will Cut Computer Energy Consumption
  16. New “Get a Mac” Ads Target Windows 7
  17. Windows 7 Whopper Conquered in Japan on Video
    1. thanks for pulling this all together. very useful.

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    2. Thanks, we’re glad it’s useful for you.

      Sebastian

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    3. [...] October 22, 2009 | 4:35 PM PT | 0 comments | 0 tweets retweet » In order to celebrate the release of Windows 7, I am going to give you something to cheer [...]

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    4. [...] By Sebastian Rupley | Friday, October 23, 2009 | 7:50 AM PT | 0 comments | 0 tweets retweet » Microsoft’s week of positive news continued this morning as the company turned in earnings and revenues that beat analysts’ expectations, but it remains clear that the company’s prospects going forward will depend heavily on the reception of its Windows 7 operating system. Sales in the company’s fiscal first quarter fell 14 percent to $12.9 billion, down for the third quarter in a row, and earnings fell 18 percent to $3.6 billion. The Redmond giant has been battling razor-thin profit margins in the portable computing arena, though, and its results today were expected to be worse. Meanwhile, there are signs that the PC market may be improving, and Microsoft is indeed riding a positive tide surrounding Windows 7. [...]

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    5. [...] Written on October 23, 2009 by Liam Cassidy and No one has commented Microsoft’s Windows 7 is released yesterday, and the boys and girls at Redmond are probably feeling very pleased with the news that pre-orders [...]

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    6. [...] comments | 0 tweets retweet » Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7, has much brighter prospects than Windows Vista’s had upon initial release. Its core code, while it comes from Vista, has been improved through several developer cycles; [...]

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    7. [...] } Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7, has much brighter prospects than Windows Vista’s had upon initial release. Its core code, while it comes from Vista, has been improved through several developer cycles; [...]

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    8. [...] day before Windows 7 was launched, I sat down in our offices with a team of three people from Microsoft to discuss the new operating [...]

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    9. [...] new operating system, Windows 7, has much brighter prospects than Windows Vista’s had upon initial release. Its core code, while it comes from Vista, has been improved through several developer cycles; [...]

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