QuoteIn the letter sent to "Windows Customers" and titled "An Update on the Windows Roadmap," Veghte said "our plan is to deliver Windows 7 approximately three years after the January 2007 general availability launch date of Windows Vista." Veghte wrote, "You have told us you want a more regular, predictable Windows release schedule" and he said that was the impetus for setting the 2010 the ship date. Vista has been slowly gaining steam, but is still drawing fire from critics who say it has not lived up to promises.
Said By Aron SchatzLinux adoption doesn't need to have a huge changeover.
It the adoption rate of Linux continues to climb, you'll start seeing more and more programs work on every platform. Watch what happens when games are all released for Linux, gamers will flock not needed to either pirate or buy Windows.