Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Feb 2007 16:54 UTC, submitted by Adam S
Windows "Future versions of Windows are going to bear little resemblance to what we've heard so far officially - and unofficially - from Microsoft and the individuals who love to leak tidbits about the company. In fact, according to one of my reliable tipsters, the new and reorganized Windows organization, led by Senior Vice President Steven Sinofsky, is trying to wean folks completely off the Windows code names they have been using for the next couple of releases of Windows. Welcome to the brave new world of 'Windows 7' (a boringly named complement to 'Office 14', the successor to Office 2007)." More here.
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by NeoX on Sat 3rd Feb 2007 17:29 UTC in reply to "RE"
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And one more thing they could do is stop putting the year in their releases. Windows Server 2003 R2 is the latest greatest server, yet it sounds old and out dated... At least with XP (to a degree) and Vista they did not do this so prominently.

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