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“Google Chrome 64-bit arrives for Windows 7 and Windows 8 by @epro

“Google's 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8 arrives as a beta channel by @nisummers

Windows 8.1 Passes Windows 8 in Market Share, Windows 7 Over 50%

Windows 8.1 Passes Windows 8 in Market Share, Windows 7 Over 50%

Windows 8.1 finally passes Windows 8 in market share, Windows 7 climbs back over 50% by @epro

Windows 7 Outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 Again, Windows XP Above 27%

Windows 7 Outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 Again, Windows XP Above 27%

Windows 7 outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 in market share again, but Windows XP still above 27% by @epro

Windows 8 Sells 100 Million Fewer Copies than Windows 7 at 15 Months

Windows 8 Sells 100 Million Fewer Copies than Windows 7 at 15 Months

RT @EPro: Windows 7 sold 300 million copies
Windows 8 sold 200 million copies

Both in first 15 months:

Windows 8 Sells 100 million Fewer Copies than Windows 7 at 15 Months

Windows 8 Sells 100 million Fewer Copies than Windows 7 at 15 Months

Windows 8: Not loved as much as Windows 7

After 15 months, Windows 8 has sold 100 million fewer copies than Windows 7 did

After 15 months, Windows 8 has sold 100 million fewer copies than Windows 7 did

After 15 months, Windows 8 has sold 100 million fewer copies than Windows 7 did by @epro

After 15 months, Windows 8 has sold 100 million fewer copies than Windows 7 did

After 15 months, Windows 8 has sold 100 million fewer copies than Windows 7 did

After 15 months, Windows 8 has sold 100 million fewer copies than Windows 7 did by @epro

HP says it's not dropping Windows 8, despite promoting its Windows 7 product range

HP says it's not dropping Windows 8, despite promoting its Windows 7 product range

HP says it's not dropping Windows 8, despite promoting its Windows 7 product range by @jonrussell

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30%

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30%

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30% by @epro

Microsoft confirms Windows 7 sales ended on October 30

Microsoft confirms Windows 7 sales ended on October 30

Microsoft confirms Windows 7 sales ended on October 30 by @epro

IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses

IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses

IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses by @epro

Possible bug causes YouTube to detect IE10 on Windows 7 and IE8 as 'no longer supported'

Possible bug causes YouTube to detect IE10 on Windows 7 and IE8 as 'no longer supported'

Possible bug causes YouTube to detect IE10 on Windows 7 and IE8 as 'no longer supported' by @epro

IE10 steals market share from IE9 and IE8 after landing on Windows 7, Firefox and Chrome make minor gains

IE10 steals market share from IE9 and IE8 after landing on Windows 7, Firefox and Chrome make minor gains

IE10 steals market share from IE9 and IE8 after landing on Windows 7, Firefox and Chrome make minor gains by @epro

Starting tomorrow Microsoft will begin shipping Windows 7′s first service pack to all unupgraded consumers

Starting tomorrow Microsoft will begin shipping Windows 7′s first service pack to all unupgraded consumers

Starting tomorrow Microsoft will begin shipping Windows 7's first service pack to all unupgraded consumers by @alex

Internet Explorer 10 is now live for Windows 7, bringing speed bumps and boosted standards compliance

Internet Explorer 10 is now live for Windows 7, bringing speed bumps and boosted standards compliance

Internet Explorer 10 is now live for Windows 7, bringing speed bumps and boosted standards compliance by @alex

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