How is sold 60 million licenses for the latest version of its operating system, though according to other reports, it's performing as well as the company would like. Bill Gates, however, seems pretty chuffed.doing? Microsoft says it's
You can watch the full interview for yourself -- the interviewer asks the question just after five minutes in.
Gates points out he's engaged with Microsoft on a part-time basis, but he's very focused on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
"Microsoft has got a lot of exciting things going on," he said. "It's a competitive field. Windows 8 has done well, Surface computer is doing well, so I share lots of ideas where Office should go, and I think the field as a whole should feel proud of how quickly it's moving, and Microsoft will lead in a lot of those areas."
Asked which devices he uses, Gates said he reads on a Windows PC, while Windows Phone is "a fantastic product" and a "great tool".
In just a few days Microsoft will Surface Pro tablet -- the one everyone has been waiting for -- which runs Windows 8 instead of Windows RT.
In the interview, Gates also gave an update on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which has given away $28 billion to help combat health crises around the globe like Malaria, tuberculosis and HIV.
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