Microsoft Corp. is on track to release its new Windows 7 operating system in time for the holiday shopping season, an executive said May 11, confirming talk it is ahead of its own conservative schedule for replacing the unpopular Vista system, Reuters reports. The world's largest software company has so far been vague on specifying the timing of its new operating system, wary of disappointing customers. But it has broadly targeted the end of this year or the beginning of next year. Last month, Microsoft said Windows 7 was on track for launch in fiscal 2010, which could mean as...

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