And so it begins again…Windows “officially supported” logo program

by Mike
Posted September 30th, 2009 at 6:30 am


While the “Vista Capable” logo and moniker were nothing short of a joke and outright crime towards humanity, the announcement today featuring details of a revised and lengthened testing program for Win7 testing mean the resulting hardware should actually be…well…capable of running said software. To date, 6,000+ hardware hopefuls have made the cut meaning just about any desktop or laptop you choose will be good to go when the time comes to make the 7 switch. With one of the Win7 labels even bringing 64-bit support under it’s wings, you can be rest assured that uselessness that is the Atom processor will be no where in sight. That is until Intel lets loose their next gen Pineview processors, which bring with them officially supported, Win7 capable Atom processors. Oh joy.

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