Microsoft Brainstorming Sessions

Ok, I know that maybe Windows Vista hasn’t been our most successful version of Windows. Maybe its even a tiny bit of a failure. I know that Dell is putting Windows XP back on a lot of their computers, and I know that a lot of people are switching to Linux and Mac OS X. The problem is real: Microsoft’s monopoly on the desktop computer is endangered. The problem must- and will be- solved

We at Microsoft have been thinking about what we can do to solve the desperate situation. We’ve been having emergency meetings 24/7 to try to come up with a solution. We have some great ideas in work, and I’ll be anouncing some of them as the week goes on.

Here’s some pictures of me at one of our brainstorming sessions:

Gates Gone Crazy

As you can see, I had lots of good ideas.

Stay tuned in for updates on Microsoft’s future.


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