Windows 7 Could Drop as Early as July 1, 2009

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It's only via the official channels, subject to the translucent filtering of Steven Sinofsky, senior vice president, Windows and Windows Live Engineering Group, that Microsoft is pointing to a period of time by the end of January 2010 as being the general availability of Windows 7. In contrast, unofficial indications, as well as the crumbs that slip through the Win7 GA feats, deliver a launch date ahead of the end of 2009. In fact, Microsoft itself is offering confirmation that Windows 7 drop as early as July 1, 2009.

In mid-October 2008 Redmond company indicated that Windows 7 was planning for release in FY2010.

According to the posting, the SR. Controller would have to “Lead the planning and reporting cycle for the growing Windows Client business with $16B in annual revenues, as we deliver on the potential of Windows Vista and the anticipated release of Windows 7 in FY10. Help make an impact on the 800 million customers across the globe who use our products in their daily lives.”
Instead, FY2010 starts on July 1, 2009, and comes to an end on June 30, 2010. Of course, the official release date provided by Microsoft falls within FY2010, and in this sense Windows 7 could also be offered as late as June 30, 2010.


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