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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RE: This is like a soap opera...
by vitae on Fri 24th Mar 2006 21:57 UTC in reply to "This is like a soap opera..."
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I'd agree, it is like a soap opera and has been ever since the word Longhorn was first uttered in tech forums. And whether it's true or not, whether Vista is released on time or late, whether it has all the promised features or not, whether it's secure or not, this story is just one more in a long line of essentially meaningless information about this product, all the while keeping the attention firmly focused on Vista, apparently by any means necessary.

Has there EVER been this level of hype for an OS in the making before?

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