Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 8th Jun 2006 13:04 UTC
Windows Microsoft has cut PC-to-PC synchronization from Vista. Vista Beta 2, which is slated to go to as many as two million testers, does not include the P2P synchronization technology. Microsoft officials said they cut the feature due to quality concerns, but the functionality is still "something we plan to deliver to our customers in the future," according to a company spokeswoman.
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bolomkxxviii
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2006-05-19

In this case I think some of the Microsoft bashing is justified. It seems most of the cutting edge technology MS was promising has been removed. The two major items still in Vista are the fancy user interface that most current computers won't be able to use without a major system upgrade and the security features that they are scaling back because of the constant nag windows when trying to do everyday tasks. Of course, MS never gets a product right the first time. It usually takes three tries to get one of their products usable. Check in with Vista again when they offer service pack 2.

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