Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Aug 2005 21:56 UTC
Windows A new scripting tool targeted by a virus writer will not be part of Windows Vista, the next Windows client release, Microsoft announced Friday. Instead, the software maker is looking at delivering the command-line shell tool, code-named Monad, as part of its next major server operating system release, a Microsoft representative said. That release, code-named Longhorn Server, is due in 2007.
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Has someone made a list?
by gonzalo on Sat 6th Aug 2005 08:40 UTC
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I wonder if someone has already made a list of all things expected to be in Vista comparing what will finally be there versus what has been dropped.

It could be interesting.

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