windows 8Windows 7 is so yesterday.

Even though Microsoft isn’t releasing Windows 7 until Oct. 22nd, it seems that the company is already hard at work on Windows 8 and Windows 9.

According to Ars Technica, the first serious hints came out of a software engineer’s LinkedIn profile.  Once he realized people were figuring out that his brief mention of working with 128 bit processing meant Windows 8 was probably going to double the current systems processing power, he took that info out of his profile.

The cat is out of the bag though, and Windows 8 News has even gotten Robert Morgan, the engineer in question to agree to an interview since there is no putting the genie back in the bottle.

Before any one gets too worried though, figured you have 3 -4 years before Windows 8 shows up on store shelves, so if you skipped Vista to wait for Windows 7, don’t go thinking you can wait for the next iteration.

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