On the back of Acer president, Gianfranco Lanci's open attack on Microsoft Windows Vista comes a serious round of speculation regarding what might constitute Microsoft's upcoming sequel to Vista, currently called Windows 7.0.
More so because Microsoft remains tight-lipped about it's next major release -- except for a few details like Windows 7.0 will release sometime in 2010, will be a full OS release, and will come in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
So for now, we will have to settle with what analysts say Windows 7.0 will probably look like...
For starters, they say Windows 7.0 will have less 'new' features than it will -- improvements on some of the new ones incorporated in Windows Vista.
For instance, Vista's Bitlocker encryption is one feature that Microsoft might want to improve upon in Windows 7.0.
Also, thanks to Vista's 'very large footprint', hardware utilization and performance is another area which needs working upon.
To learn more please read the entire article at its source: What Windows 7.0 Might Look Like!