Oct 052012
 

According to media reports, Microsoft executives confirmed on Wednesday that the company has begun to develop the next generation Windows 9 operating system.

Microsoft new Windows 8 system will be on sale this month, but the company has started the development of next-generation operating system. Although there is no official news, Microsoft partner technology director James Akrigg has recognized in the United Kingdom Misco Expo 12 exhibition, Windows 9 will be the next major project that the company will release.

When asked about the expectations on Windows 8, Akrigg replied: “Running has no problem, but I can not say that it (Win8) achieves perfect because we have set out to develop Win9.”

Interestingly, sources said that Microsoft is developing a called Windows Blue, a different Windows follow-up system, but it may be the first major upgrade version for the unreleased Win8.

  One Response to “Microsoft executives confirmed that they have already begun to develop Windows 9”

  1. they had the sp6a, BUT WOULDN’T DOWNLOAD NOTHING )) BUT ALAS, I have an Alpha workstatio (Digital peoarnsl workstation 433a) with its RISC Alpha processor 21164 at 64 bits . but for that I need the WIN NT4.0 SERV PACK 6a, yes, but . for the ALPHA and not I386 processors. The WIN NT and all its service packs, when the damned Microsoft produced them, ALL contained BOTH the version for I386 (which I got from your site) AND the version for the Alpha: errr am I being too optimistic if I ask your help in finding this WinNT4 servicepack 6a IN ALPHA VERSION??? I hope you can help me, but if not, thanks a lot anyway.All the best from Rome Astronomical Observatory, Alberto

 Leave a Reply

(required)

(required)


9 + = twelve

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>