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WinHEC 2008: Bag yes, hard drive no

WinHEC attendees get a laptop bag, unlike those at last week's professional developer conference. That said, their copy of Windows 7 will come on DVD, rather than the hard drive that PDC folks got.

By November 4, 2008

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Microsoft scraps in-person Windows conference

Company had planned a Windows Summit in Redmond but will make the event a series of online presentations instead. Those who signed up are getting refunds.

By April 28, 2010

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Microsoft plans Windows Summit for May

Redmond says the conference is aimed at those needing a kick-start creating products for Windows 7. It won't be the place where Microsoft talks about the future of its desktop operating system.

By April 1, 2010

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Microsoft sets November date for WinHEC

Software maker will hold the conference in November in Los Angeles, a week after it has its Professional Developers Conference in the same locale.

By March 19, 2008

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Microsoft looks to scale 'Kilimanjaro'

The next version of SQL Server, like the next version of Windows, will support 256 processors. Microsoft is also adding some features to Windows Server 2008 R2, which is due out alongside Windows 7.

By May 11, 2009

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At WinHEC 2007, Microsoft vigorously defends Vista

Microsoft dismisses negative talk about is new operating system.

By May 16, 2007

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Windows 7 beta in January?

A Microsoft developer blog makes it appear as if the test version is slated for January.

By December 2, 2008

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Microsoft exec: Windows 7 is no service pack

In a speech to investors, Windows business unit head Bill Veghte says there will be plenty to make Windows 7 a major release.

By December 3, 2008

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Microsoft: Windows 7 to boost solid-state drives

At WinHEC 2008, the software maker will talk about better solid-state drive support and performance on Windows 7.

By November 4, 2008

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Finalized speedy USB 3.0 spec debuts

Final USB 3.0 specifications are being released Monday.

By November 17, 2008