Microsoft's heir apparent

Windows 8 could be the ticket for Steve Sinofsky to become the head honcho at Microsoft and he certainly has what it takes to take Steve Ballmer's crown.

It's showtime for Steven Sinofsky, the stern but creative engineering manager who runs Microsoft Corp's flagship Windows division, as he presides over the public test release of the Windows 8 operating system, the most important new version of Microsoft's cornerstone product in a decade.

Optimised for touch computing and low-power microprocessors, Windows 8 will run on tablets as well as desktops and laptops - and maybe even on phones in the future.

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