Microsoft is planning on displaying four operating systems at the Computex trade show next week – Windows 7, Windows Embedded, Windows Mobile, and Windows Server.
The newest Windows operating systems would be displayed on a variety of computing devices, including netbooks, notebooks, tablets, and all-in-one PCs. At Computex, Microsoft is planning on collaborating with 16 PC manufacturers and run their operating systems on more than 30 products.
One reason Microsoft is doing all this is to make up for its not-so-successful release of Windows Vista back in 2005. Microsoft also hopes that by releasing Windows 7, there will be an increase in hardware upgrades as well as the creation of business opportunities.