Programming Windows: Transitions (Premium)

Microsoft’s revenues had long been dominated by Windows and products that required Windows, like Office. But by 2007, Office had become Microsoft’s biggest business and Windows Server had emerged as a third core business. And so it is perhaps not coincidental that the software giant moved to shore up the Windows client by splitting Windows Vista to include more premium product versions,...

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