Early Windows 7 Bits Set for Release
I've had a lot of questions about Windows 7 lately, such as whether it has a
brand-new microkernel or is instead a rehashed version of Vista. Some of the
questions will be answered
late next month
at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference (PDC),
where attendees will get a pre-beta version (didn't this used to be called an
alpha?) on a handy USB drive.
My new question: How many folks will go to PDC just to get a free 160GB flash
Meanwhile, the Engineering Windows 7 blog, which was dormant since its inception,
is gaining serious steam. Check it out.
Posted by Doug Barney on September 25, 2008 at 11:52 AM