Microsoft net profit hits 6.66 billion dollars

"We saw record revenue and record profit, driven by strong demand for Windows 7 and PCs (personal computers)," Microsoft CFO Peter Klein said

"What we are finding is people want Windows 7 on all devices in all form factors," Klein continued.

"With Windows 7 we have tremendous consumer momentum and a great product for the enterprise market when it recovers," Microsoft general manager of investor relations Bill Koefoed said.

Microsoft's second-quarter net profit reached 6.66 billion dollars, mostly due to the demand for Windows 7

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