Microsoft Corp. says Windows 7 is complete. The software maker sent the final code for its next computer operating system to manufacturers Wednesday, and said it's still on track for an Oct. 22 launch, the Associated Press reports.

Mike Angiulo, a general manager in the Windows group, said in an interview that getting up and running on a Windows computer will be "a lot smoother" than it was when Windows Vista launched in 2007. At the time, Microsoft boasted about the number of programs and devices that would work with Vista, but many PC users found their existing software, printers,...

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