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And so it begins.

One thing that we can be sure of now that Windows 8 is on the street is that Microsoft is hard at work on Windows 9 (and probably 10 and 11). This post examines what we know so far about the pre-embryonic next-generation flagship OS from Microsoft.
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Yup. I didn't understand the software lifecycle process until I visited their campus a few years ago and talked to an engineer.

They actually begin working on the next version of a release before the upcoming version is even released.
 
Think they'll stick with the Surface brand for their next device?
 
+Jason Kolb -- Yes. The Surface RT may not be a blockbuster, but it's a solid device. The Surface Pro is still a question mark, but initial reviews suggest it's a quality tablet as well--with the possible exception of battery life.

So far I think Microsoft has done a good job of establishing and promoting the "Surface" brand.
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