Windows 7: Microsoft’s sales prediction is high

By Alan Ng - Mar 4, 2010

Are you running Windows 7 on your computer at the moment? If so, you might be interested to know that Microsoft has just spoken out on what the company’s sales predictions for Windows 7 are in 2010.

As reported from Register, Microsoft COO Kevin Turner has stated that the company expect to shift 300 million copies of Windows 7 by the end of the year.

He also revealed that since July 2009, Microsoft has already sold 90 million copies of their latest operating system. When speaking in a recent interview he stated: “One absolute I can tell you is that at least in 2010 most people are on new budget cycles, which is helpful, but … they’re still being conservative.”

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