Part 2 of the WPC 2011 Steve Ballmer Keynote Speech on video. You can read my live blog of the event here. You can see my analysis of the event here. In this second part of the video, Steve Ballmer and Tami Reller talk about more Windows products and services including Windows 8…

Finally, part 1 of the WPC 2011 Steve Ballmer Keynote Speech on video. You can read my live blog of the event here. You can see my analysis of the event here. In this first part of the video, Steve Ballmer warms up the crowd by talking about Bing, Xbox and a bunch of tools…

Microsoft officials showed off the first public glimpse of its coming Windows Server 8 operating system today at the WPC 2011 conference. Windows Server 8 was announced as the server side complement to the Windows 8 client. Both the Windows 8 client and server should be out in 2012, possibly in the first half of the...

It seems like there will be no Windows 8 CTP build offered to developers. The Windows 8 CTP or Community Technical Preview was something that the Windows 8 community was hoping would be offered at WPC 2011. Based on what we saw at the Keynote, it’s not going to happen.

During the Day 1 keynote of our annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, Steve Ballmer revealed that Windows 7 has officially sold 400 million licenses to-date. That equates to 7 copies of Windows 7 sold a second. Windows 7 is now running on 27.13% of all PCs worldwide. And of PCs running Windows 7 in the U.S.,...

Steve’s talking now.. Talking about the transition to the cloud… Talking about how Microsoft was all in on the cloud… Why is Steve so loud? Talking about the Imagine cup Playing video of Imagine Cup participants Imagine Cup contestants video Report card on Microsoft Microsoft trying to drive forward the platform for...

Microsoft’s WorldWide Partner Conference (WPC 2011) officially kicks off today. At some point during this event, we expect to hear a little more about Windows 8 and maybe even (long shot) get to download the Windows 8 CTP to play around with. From some of the earlier reports though, we’re not so sure that a CTP version...