Windows 7 & Windows Live, Server, Online Service and Entertainment Devices revamps Microsoft's revenue for Q4

The key factors behind Microsoft's strong Q4'2010 results, are all five major divisions: Windows 7, Office 2010, as reported earlier; continue reading of other division's results:Windows and Windows Live: revenue in this division grew 44%, to more than $4.5 billion. Profits were up 59% in this division, to more than $3 billion:Server and Tools division […]

The key factors behind Microsoft's strong Q4'2010 results, are all five major divisions: Windows 7, Office 2010, as reported earlier; continue reading of other division's results:

  • Windows and Windows Live: revenue in this division grew 44%, to more than $4.5 billion. Profits were up 59% in this division, to more than $3 billion:
  • Server and Tools division posted revenue of more than $4 billion, up 14%, returning to double-digit growth. Microsoft credited Windows Server and SQL Server:
  • Online Services Division. A revival in online advertising helped push revenue in this division up 13%, to $565 million:
  • Entertainment and Devices. Overall, quarterly revenue was up 27% in this division, to $1.6 billion, but it posted a loss of $172 million. Entertainment & Devices was also hampered by the failure of Microsoft's Kin mobile phone initiative:

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