At Microsoft’s London headquarters, Laurence Painell, Windows OEM manager, told that there will be a “couple of additional, quite major announcements” in the coming weeks, around Windows 7 with the forthcoming release of the Release Candidate. Microsoft said it’s also educating businesses on the use of technology such as its Enterprise Desktop Virtualisation (MED-V) software, which will help companies to continue running Windows XP software on Windows 7 desktops. “The app looks like it’s running in Windows 7 [to the end user],” Painell claimed, minimising the need to retrain employees on using virtual desktops.
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