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Still thinking to change your Netbook or personal computer that has some problem with the Optical Drive and that have old operating system and want one with with the latest with Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System. But hold, now from Microsoft a free USB Download Tool is available that enable you to make you USB flash drive in a bootable drive having the .ISO image.
The USB download tool was not made for netbooks only, but for everyone that want to upgrade their systems to Windows 7. You only need a 4GB USB flash drive to have a Windows 7 .ISO image. You can also create a bootable DVD from this software. After that you only need to follow the on-screen instructions.
Bing, Microsoft’s new search decision engine has overtaken the Yahoo search as being number two search service in the U.S. and worldwide Stat Counter stated that. It is now sharing market share from Google.
As its shown from company’s analysis for Thursday, it was found out that in the U.S Bing had overtaken the Yahoo to take second place on 16.28%, while Yahoo search currently is at 10.22%. In shares comparison Google’s U.S. market share is pegged at 71.47% and worldwide share at intensifier 87.62% VS 5.62 % for Bing and 5.13% for Yahoo worldwide.
REDMOND, Wash. – Oct. 21, 1997 — In direct response to accusations made by the Department of Justice, the Microsoft Corp. announced today that it will be acquiring the federal government of the United States of America for an undisclosed sum.
“It’s actually a logical extension of our planned growth”, said Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, “It really is going to be a positive arrangement for everyone”.
Microsoft representatives held a briefing in the oval office of the White House with U.S. President Bill Clinton, and assured members of the press that changes will be “minimal”. The United States will be managed as a wholly owned division of Microsoft. An initial public offering is planned for July of next year, and the federal government is expected to be profitable by “Q4 1999 at latest”, according to Microsoft president Steve Ballmer.