Microsoft confirmed that Windows 7 will be officially released October 22, which may give the sluggish PC industry a rebound in the holiday sales season.
Microsoft will provide the service of "technology guarantee (tech guarantee)" of the upgrade options for those who is using older versions of Windows operating system.
Earlier in this month, Microsoft said it hoped to launch Windows 7 earlier before the good sale season. It was said in the April that Windows 7 may not be able to release in October, and now the rumors have been proved unfounded.
Microsoft spokesman Brandon LeBlanc said at that time, "If we received from the feedback from the Windows 7 RC which can achieve quality expectations, about 3 months later it will be followed by RTM. "
Microsoft had previously said that all versions of Windows 7 will be able to run on desktop and notebooks, and also run on the growing popularity of netbook. Since the hardware of the majority of the netbook can not meet the requirements in Vista, at present only the Windows XP and Linux operating systems could fit the netbook.
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