Microsoft researcher: Windows dead within five years

According to a report on ZDNN, Microsoft's chief technical guru Nathan Myhrvold told a BBC radio interviewer that his company's chief product, Windows, would be replaced by something new within five years. Myhrvold says that major technological revolutions occur every four or five years and that the next one--be in Linux, Java, or whatever--could be the final bullet that kills Windows

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