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article imageMicrosoft to Open First Dedicated Store in Scottsdale Arizona

By Leo Reyes     Oct 17, 2009 in Business
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Balmer recently announced the opening of Microsoft's first dedicated store in Scottsdale, Arizona. The store will promote Microsoft devices and software including the X-Box computer game console
Software giant Microsoft is laying the groundwork for the establishment of Microsoft dedicated stores in the USA. At the same time the company will release the new Windows 7 version, an upgrade of the Windows XP which was launched in 2001.
This was announced recently by Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Balmer who will unveil the new Windows 7 operating system on Thursday.
Times Online reports:
MICROSOFT is this week preparing to take the gloves off in its fight with arch rivals Apple and Google.
On Thursday the software giant will release Windows 7, likely to be the most popular version of its operating system since Windows XP was launched in 2001. The company is also expected to give more details on another big gamble — its first shops.
Windows 7 has so far received favorable reviews and customers are hoping that it will be a much better version of the windows operating system.
The Scottsdale Arizona store and the subsequent stores that will follow will promote Microsoft's devices and software including the X-Box computer game console.
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