A spokesperson said the release date of the successor to Windows Vista will ultimately be decided by, "meeting the quality bar".
Client versions of Windows 7 will ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit flavours. A server version with the original title of Windows Server 7, is also being looked at.
Microsoft is keeping deadly quiet about Windows 7 in case more punters decide that is probably worth waiting three years rather than buying the disappointing and lacklustre Vista.
Screens of some of the early versions are starting to leak onto the Internet. They do not tell us much, other than it looks like Microsoft really has started to copy Apple's desktop.
Windows 7 confirmed for 2010
By Nick Farrell on May 27, 2008 10:16AM