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The future of Microsoft: Life after Bill

Australian computer expert Vito Cassisi, who penned the article on 20 things Windows Seven must include, has put pen to paper again to analyse what the future holds for Microsoft in light of Bill Gates' departure. He looks at Windows, Zune, the company structure, Xbox and many other areas including the increasing sales of Macs and Google's domination of the online space.

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dnf273737d ago

I think the future of Microsoft is in safe hands really. Ballmer has a good business head on his shoulders and that should keep Microsoft well and truly at the forefront of technology. I don't think they will be making any huge strides forward anytime soon but they won't lose any ground.

Just because companies like Apple and Google are gaining so quickly doesn't mean that anything is being taken away from Microsoft really. OK, perhaps Microsoft is having to share more of the market which they were once able to call their own, but there is plenty of room and the market just keeps growing anyway.

It's great to see Apple and Google and others grow, but I think Microsoft will still maintain its position.

Kratos Spartan3737d ago

shall I buy you some kneepads sir?

panasonic233737d ago

agree with everything u said

SnakeShady3737d ago

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microsoft will die with ballmer

unbiased3737d ago

MS is on its last legs. The people making Windows 7 are not the same people that made XP they have quit and moved to bigger, better paying company's like Genentech. MS is a hollow shell of its former self.

Poor_Xbots3737d ago

Poor Xbots

Poor Xbots, all jumping ship now without Bill Gates to guide them.

Poor Xbots

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