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Steve Ballmer reveals the worst Microsoft products in the custody
Detection of Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft for more products that remorse issued during his reign in the management software company.
Palmer said in a press release that more product remorse on Microsoft’s version, in the custody of, the version “Vista” operating system “Windows PC”.
A Microsoft Executive Director with “ZDnet”, saying “I had the chance to do a lot of mistakes but I can say that the product I its release most is Vista, we have assembled a strong team for the development of the system but we came out with a product not of value.”
And many technical experts and manufacturers of computer system “Vista” is that most Windows systems, both to the large gaps in the system or the many critics of the users, and the poor is the main reason for the overwhelming response to “Windows 7″ until launch.
The “Vista” is the least used among computer operating system versions Windows, especially after that transgressed “Windows 8″ in usage during the month of June.
This, said Ballmer was proud with the rest period that existed within the “Microsoft”, noting that he was part of the birth of personal computing “smart”, born with the evolution of computers, phones and techniques spread between users.
It was Ballmer joined Microsoft’s 33 years ago, as Director of the company, prior to obtaining the confidence of the Board and trust “Bill Gates”, founder of the American company to succeed in management.
Steve Ballmer preparing to retire in 12 months, said Microsoft’s decision to the Executive Director through an official statement Friday, and will Palmer in Office until stability about the man who will succeed him.
Palmer declined during his dialogue reveal names that negotiates with the Governing Council to succeed him, adding that the Council had long enough to pick the right man to lead the company.
The Microsoft transition of company focusing on software to hardware and software company, and is expected to affect the company’s policy on behalf of the man who will succeed Palmer in the management of the company.
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