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Image Gallery: 10 Drivers For Microsoft Surge In 2010

Start with Windows 7, Office 2010, and SharePoint 2010 then add hybrid, on-premise/cloud options for productivity apps, enterprise apps, development and processing power and Microsoft has the makings for a big year.
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The Windows 7 operating system (with the new Task Bar feature, seen here) has sold more than 100 million licenses since launch in October '09. Corporate buyers who passed on Vista are now primed to retire aging XP machines, and each replacement PC is also a candidate for an update to Microsoft Office 2010.

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