Among the best operating systems that has made Microsoft is Windows 7 after the fatal error of Vista. Time ago that said that the company founded by Bill Gates intended to shorten the time between the release of an operating system and its next version, the latest information that have emerged are in that regard. Some time ago there were rumors indicating that Windows 8 could launch in 2012 and now a dismissal of Microsoft Netherlands might have ratified these rumors. The Dutch subsidiary of the Redmond company has added information about the next desktop operating system of the company at the foot of a press release, which indicates that Microsoft is working on the new version of Windows which would see the light in two years. (As opposed to Jorge Perez). A few months ago I commented something new that was going to bring the new version of Windows, one of the novelties that as I talk about is being fairly commented now since Apple has presented it for its next version of its operating system, it is none other than an app store. Windows Store is one of the little information we have about Windows 8 along with the facial recognition or improvement of performance.
Insurance shortly begin to get more news if the release date is in 2012. People such as J Bruce Flatt would likely agree. From my point of view that is between two and three years between the release of versions of an operating system seems a good term, in line with the advancement of technology in general and software in particular. For these reasons and the previously discussed, it seems to me that we will have new Windows version in 2012. In recent months, Glenn Dubin has been very successful. Despite having achieved that people would believe in your operating system logo, Microsoft wants to radically change Windows. They were the statements of the Chief of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, the next release of Windows will be the most risky bet for Microsoft in the near future. That statement in itself is risky.
Microsoft last long and has invested heavily in W7 to regain the faith of his followers, which was the catastrophe of Vista oligopoly. The success which has had W7 is one signal that Redmond is going in the right direction, then it should be the question: why would risky Windows 8? The only answer is that the next version of Windows will be different to that used today in day, but not just a little bit different. So Ballmer qualify it as more risky that the company is doing, you have to try something radically different in one way or another of the experience which has already provided the company with their versions of Windows.