Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 24th Mar 2006 16:21 UTC, submitted by sean batten
Windows Microsoft appears to be in a state of panic, ordering 60 per cent of its new operating system to be re-written amidst a major shake-up of its troubled Windows division. According to a Volish denizen speaking to, orders have come down from on high to rewrite more than 60 per cent of the consumer version of Vista in a bid to get it ready for the 2007 CES show in Las Vegas.
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Vista - The OS that may never happen.
by AxXium on Fri 24th Mar 2006 17:06 UTC
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Vista - The OS that may never happen.

Delay after delay after delay.

I think there is a good chance of blackcomb being released before vista.

Why doesn't MS just concentrate of getting blackcomb ready and forget about vista?

If they don't, I predict blackcomb will be released sometime around 2020.

Truly sad for the MS sheep.

But what do I care? I actually don't care about vista. Linux is my OS. Vista is just an amussing distraction to me, hehe.

And vista is just semi-free advertising for MS, bad advertising, yes, but advertising all the same.

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