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Why Windows Phone 7 Had to be a Fresh Start

Posted on Wednesday, March 10 2010 @ 04:30:32 CET by

The new Phone Series 7 platform from Microsoft is getting a lot of praise at the moment, with only two things being identified as problems: the name of the platform, which will likely be overshadowed by the names of the phones anyway, and the fact that existing phone users cant upgrade to the new operating system. The latter problem is a recurring one, but the reality is that to really move this platform forward, Microsoft had to step away from the past. It is kind of ironic that a lot of folks, over the last several decades, have felt that Microsoft should actually clean slate Windows as well, which would be vastly more difficult to do this with. Lets talk about the problems with backwards compatibility and why Windows Phone Series 7 (WPS 7) needed a full reset.

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