Windows 7 hardware development and testing begin

Microsoft has given the green light to debut of the development and testing processes of hardware products tailored to Windows 7. “We’ve done a great deal of work in Windows 7 to enable new scenarios with our hardware partners, and we are excited by the partner innovation we have shown today,” commented DeVaan, senior vice […]

Microsoft has given the green light to debut of the development and testing processes of hardware products tailored to Windows 7. “We’ve done a great deal of work in Windows 7 to enable new scenarios with our hardware partners, and we are excited by the partner innovation we have shown today,” commented DeVaan, senior vice president of the Windows Core Operating System Division at Microsoft. “Windows 7 presents tremendous opportunities for hardware developers. This innovation will enable our hardware partners to provide customers with even greater choice in rich computing experiences.”

“We’re helping protect partner investments in Windows Vista as we build Windows 7,” DeVaan added. “Our goal is to maintain very high compatibility with products designed for Windows Vista.”