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2 Dan Laycock – Senior Product Manager Drew Peterson – Product Manager

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4 Welcome to Windows 7 View of the Ecosystem Marketing Engagement Model

5 Customer Perception & Behavior Approach Tell the Windows & PC Story Land benefits of Windows 7 Create desire for Windows 7 PCs Focus on features (launch +120), then scenarios Communicate ecosystem value

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7 Examples of Windows 7 broadcast marketing Windows 7 was my Idea Seal of Approval 7 Second Demos Windows 7 Launch Event Keynote View media here:

8 …the new Windows is not only the best operating system that Microsoft has ever produced. It is arguably the fastest, most intuitive, and most useful consumer desktop OS on the market today - Farhad Manjoo, Slate …I believe it is the best version of Windows Microsoft has produced. - Walt Mossberg, New York Times Windows 7 is darn good…very good. - Yobie Benjamin, San Francisco Chronicle

9 Windows 7 has broken the 4% market share barrier in less than three weeks, a mark that took Windows Vista five months to reach… -Computerworld According to NPD’s weekly tracking service, Windows 7 software unit sales in the U.S. were 234 percent higher than Vista’s first few days of sales. -NPD Group, Inc.

10 Device Stage …It was the ultimate in Plug and Play. The demo showed how easy it was to import pictures once the camera was connected - Samara Lynn, ChannelWeb The new Device Stage makes managing peripherals significantly easier… - Seth Rosenblatt, CNET

11 Or take the new Device Stage screen. When you connect a gadget to your PC, you’re supposed to see its actual photograph, model name and list of relevant features. But until all the gadget makers get on board, you sometimes see only generic icons here -David Pogue, New York Times Device Stage Gadget Interface is Gorgeous (When Supported!) -Wilson Rothman, Gizmodo

12 Keynote Inclusion: Nikon D5000 WDTV D-Link Picture Frame Onkyo Receiver LG TV Cisco DMP 100 View the launch event keynote at:

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14 Vendor states that it works Product passes Microsoft quality tests Product builds on new features of Windows 7 Logo Lighthouse Compatible ExperienceExperience

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16 OEM READY

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19 Device Stage Printers, media players, phones & cameras Play To TVs, stereos, DMRs & picture frames Windows Connect Now Network Devices HD Imaging Printers & digital cameras Media Center TV tuners, extenders & remote controls DirectX 11 Video Cards Windows Touch External Monitors

20 Device Stage Printers, media players, phones & cameras Play To TVs, stereos, DMRs & picture frames Windows Connect Now Network Devices HD Imaging Printers & digital cameras Media Center TV tuners, extenders & remote controls DirectX 11 Video Cards Windows Touch External Monitors

21 1.Online Properties 2.Press Opportunities 3.Retail Marketing 4.Events & Campaigns

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23 Press demos Microsoft quote in partner press releases Featured partners in Microsoft announcements

24 Partners Ask for Logo assets associated with products Microsoft Input on assortment for MS retail & online store Engagement with MS retail team

25 CES 2010 Scenario-driven exhibits in booth PR “experience rooms” Press rooms Partner Ecosystem Suite Windows 7 Assets for Partner Booths/Suites Future Campaigns Online Assets

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27 Earn the “Compatible with Windows 7” Logo Build devices that ‘light up’ on Windows 7 Promote your products with Windows 7 Let partner engagement or marketing know when new devices are coming!

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29 Windows Logo Marketing:

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