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"Mercedes is old money, BMW is new money, and VW is smart money." - Yh73090

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  • Date Submitted: 11/30/2012 10:56 PM
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One Can Hardly Think Of Computers Or Infotech Without Thinking Of Microsoft. Today, Homes And Offices Across The Globe Have Unwrapped Their Doors To Microsoft Windows, As It Has Become An Essential Part Of Our Work On Computers. And It All Initiated With One Man’s Faith That ‘Computer Would Be A Valuable Tool In Every Home And At Every Office Desktop.
The Computer Industry Focused On Hardware In The Early 1970s.This Was The Era When The Software Was Given Less Importance And The PC Software Did Not Exist At All. It Was Bill Gates And Paul Allen Who Had A Vision Of Making The Software Reign Supreme To Make The Personal Computers An All Purpose Machine. In Fact Bill Gates And Paul Allen Wanted To Build Software Industry When It Never Existed And By 1990 Not Only Did The Software Industry Exist But Microsoft Became The Undisputed Leader Of The Software Revolution. The Margin Of Profit In The Software Industry Was Huge In Comparison To That Of Hardware. Moreover The Competition In The Software Industry Was Not As Intense As That In The Hardware Industry.
In This Report I Have Selected Windows 7 Operating System Of Microsoft Inc. & Going To Discover How They Do Product Planning For That?
Microsoft Corporation Is A Multinational Company That Manufactures, Develops, Licenses And Supports A Wide Range Of Software Products. The Best Selling Products Of Microsoft Are The Microsoft Office And Microsoft Windows Operating System. They Launched MS-DOS in Mid – 1980s, Followed it up by Windows line of Operating systems Other offerings are XBOX-360, MSN, MSN-TV, Zune, MSNBC Network.The original Microsoft mission was: “A computer on every desk and in every home, running Microsoft software”

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