Windows 8 has been out barely a month and there’s a general positive mood from the public once they get a hands-on with the OS and the devices that power it. But despite that and the possibility that sales have been doing well in the first month since the launch, Steven Sinofsky, the brains behind the entire project, has stepped down from his role as Windows Chief Developer and is replaced by Tami Reller (formerly in charge of the Surface marketing team) and Julie Larson-Green, credited for the UI designs of Microsoft’s Ribbon and the current look of Internet Explorer. Both report to Steve Ballmer and Sinofsky steps out of his role at the company with immediate effect.


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