Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th May 2006 18:58 UTC
Windows At WinHEC, Microsoft CEO said Vista might be pushed back a few weeks, depending on the feedback received on Vista Beta 2. "We think we are on track for shipping early in [2007]," the Microsoft CEO said. "We've talked about the month, but we get a chance to critically assess all of the feedback we'll get from this beta release then confirm or move [the launch date] a few weeks. We put the beta out today... So we should start getting feedback right away." Other than that, Bill Gates said Microsoft will focus its products on 64bit, starting later this year.
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by tiiim on Wed 24th May 2006 19:48 UTC
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Will Vista ever come out? Apple will be on the way to delivery 10.5 which will shame Vista outright. There was a time I thought Vista rocked and it was going to be a great system, but after all these delays, feature cut down Vista is very dissapointing its little more than Windows XP with special FX with one or 2 extra features on it.. I work with Windows 2000 and that has all the features for a work enviorement and XP is enough for PC games (even though ill rather use an Xbox or a PS2) Vista is turning out to be very dissapointing. No im not just saying it, I have honestly tried to give Vista a chance i really have but its not working anymore... i think i stick with Apple at least they're making a system that will help our lifes rather than an upgrade for the sake of doing it. By this point it be Windows Vista SP 2 before we see any worthwhile upgrading...

People will get sicked and tired of MS products because they're not delivery anymore. XP was worth the upgrade I cant see the upgrade value in vista yet...please understand im not having a bash or trolling if you read my past posts I have tried to give it a chance but Im very dissapointed in Vista now.

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