As of 8:30 CDT (9:30 EST) WPC 2009 has started. Steve Ballmer is expected to give his keynote speech tomorrow sometime, during which, Windows 7 is expected to be announced as finally gone RTM. Also, more information is expected to be released regarding Office 2010, which is expected to release during the first half of 2010. A few months back the Office 2010 Technical Preview was leaked on the web. Those that have tested it (including myself) have all been very satisfied with it. To the average user, it doesn’t appear to be too much of an improvement over Office 2007, but one of the most anticipated “features”, if you will, is a 64-bit version. This will provide performance improvements for users with 64-bit processors (and that are running 64-bit OS’s).