June 4, 2010 20:35 by John
A lot of Windows 7 users have been getting a warning that their battery has a problem when there really is no problem at all. Microsoft says it's a hardware issue and some system firmware may need to be upgraded on the user's end. The computer system's basic BIOS may need a firmware upgrade in order to communicate properly with the Windows 7 OS. Other laptop users upgrading to Windows 7 from Vista have experienced the same problems and also have had charging issues with their laptop batteries.
With Apple dominating the tablet market, Windows has released Windows Embedded Compact 7 to operate specifically for commercial and consumer devices, such as tablets, smart phones, etc.