Lucky Number 7?


Will Microsoft experience a boy-who-cried-wolf moment with the Windows 7 operating system (OS) after the Vista OS debacle just three years ago? It was then that the software giant claimed that Vista-or Mojave, if you like-would lead the masses to upgrade from Windows XP. For a variety of reasons, including compatibility and ease-of-use issues, that did not transpire.

So as Microsoft heads into 2010, the Redmond, Wash.-headquartered behemoth is hoping that Windows 7 will lead the revolution, as XP

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