Microsoft hinting at the release date of Windows 8

| June 23, 2011

Microsoft Corporate Vice President Dan’l Lewin, who is the head of the department of strategic and emerging business development, has been interviewed at the start-up launch event at the Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus. He gave a hint about the Microsoft Windows 8 release date there at the event.

Lewin at the start-up Launch occasion at Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus, revealed that the Microsoft Windows 8 would be releasing, hopefully in the days before the autumn of the next year that is 2012, to a great extent making the similar calculation as TechRadar just made.

Talking about the Microsoft Windows 8 Dan’l lewin used these words:

“We have made the point about having a developer conference later this year, and then typically we enter a beta phase, and then in 12 months we’re in the market, so let’s make that assumption.”

When telling about the delay in moving the Microsoft windows to the ARM chip, he realized that they have been a little at the back in this matter, but he also mentioned that they always have to take into account a very gigantic number of Microsoft Windows consumers.

The news about the release of Microsoft Windows 8 has been talked about so much all over the world among the consumers of Microsoft Windows. Who can wait and watch for Microsoft Windows 8 to be released in the next autumn as hinted by Dan’l Lewin at the start-up LAUNCH event.  On that start-up LAUNCH event at the Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus Lewin also shared his visions about the tablets. The tablets are the big phones he says so, more or less. According to him the tablets can surely be more effective if they are having the characteristics of the entire PC system.

Talking about the tablet security he mentioned that the consumers are more interested in the security and manageability of their devices. He also gives a clue about the multiple tablets from the PC makers fairly than a single Microsoft Tablet that has been whispered about.


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