Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Jul 2006 20:24 UTC, submitted by snds24
Windows Microsoft shares fell on Thursday after it declined to dampen rumours that its new Windows Vista operating system might face fresh delays. Its shares closed down 2% after a Microsoft executive appeared to avoid confirming the current January 2007 Vista release data for consumers. Instead, Microsoft's Kevin Johnson said Vista would be shipped "when it is available".
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"How is it possible that Microsoft could spent $10B on Longhorn/Vista and achieve such a modest improvement? And how could have taken so long for them to do it? "

Did you miss the multiple articles months ago in the NY Times and other places where Microsoft said that after 2-3 years of Longhorn development, starting with XP as a starting point, they started over using Windows Server 2003 as the starting point?

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