Over at the Windows Blog site, they are claiming that 150 million licenses of Windows 7 have been sold to date. They are also claiming that Windows 7 is the fastest selling operating system in the history of the company. These are fairly impressive numbers when one considers we are in a recession, downturn, depression, economic slump, reversal of fortunes or what ever you want to call our economic paralysis.
The article also stated that:
Earlier this month, I published a post about Tami Reller’s keynote at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch U.S. Technology Conference. One of the points that stood out for me was her comment that between companies actively deploying and evaluating it, approximately 75% of enterprises are looking at Windows 7 for their organization. That’s amazing!
Amazing? I would venture a guess that the 75% of enterprises are still using Windows XP. Weren’t these the same people who looked at Vista? LOL
There was also this:
And of course people continue to be excited about the features and benefits of Windows 7, and the PCs that our partners are delivering for Windows 7.
I have a question. Are you excited about using Windows 7 and having all of the benefits associated with using it? Don’t get me wrong. I like using Windows 7 but I’m not ‘excited’ about it.