I Run Windows 7 initiatives in Japan

Microsoft unveiled a set of initiatives designed to build up to Windows 7. Japanese users, on top of being among the very first worldwide to be able to pre-order Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional at special discounted prices, have the “I Run Windows 7” — designed as an effort to let end users voice their opinion […]

Microsoft unveiled a set of initiatives designed to build up to Windows 7. Japanese users, on top of being among the very first worldwide to be able to pre-order Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional at special discounted prices, have the “I Run Windows 7” — designed as an effort to let end users voice their opinion on the successor of Windows Vista. The website is set up to offer current users of Windows 7 a chance to provide their feedback via badges that Microsoft will put together with scores between 1 and 5 for the following categories: comfort, ease of use, aesthetics, fun, advanced, stability and compatibility.