Microsoft: Windows 8 won't require more powerful hardware

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Microsoft: Windows 8 won’t require more powerful hardware.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/07/yA0yB2.jpg[/newsimage]Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 platform will support Windows 7 and keep the system settings necessary to run it static, according to comments made this week by Tami Reller, Microsoft CFO. The executive confirmed during a speech at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles that the company was focused on delivering a flexible OS which could implement lessons learned during its years of developing popular, if divisive software.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-windows-8-wont-require-more-powerful-hardware-48389/](http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-windows-8-wont-require-more-powerful-hardware-48389/)


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Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 platform will support Windows 7
Shocking! :bigsmile:


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"Microsoft: Windows 8 won’t require more powerful hardware"
If you believe this, you might also be interested in a “Slightly Used Bridge” that I can get you a fantastic deal on.
Remember whose Founder and CEO once proclaimed "Nobody needs more than 640k!"
Thanks, but no thanks. I’ll nurse XP along as long as possible and am getting more comfortable with Linux. Win 7 lasted a whole 15 minutes on my Laptop until I dug out an old utility disk and issued that famous command "Format C: "
Win 8 and it’s “Pretty” pictures, I leave to the iTwit generation.