Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 2nd Aug 2007 13:12 UTC, submitted by JK
Microsoft Microsoft says it will be forced to delay Office 2008 for Mac, the next version of its productivity suite for Apple Inc. computers, until early next year. The company had been planning to release the product this year. But a recent development review showed that "the quality just wasn't where we wanted it to be," said Craig Eisler, who became general manager of Microsoft's Mac Business Unit in June.
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RE[2]: Funny...
by Gorgak on Thu 2nd Aug 2007 17:32 UTC in reply to "RE: Funny..."
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"And how do you explain Tiger being at service pack #11?"

You have a point, but surely the number of service packs isn't a quantification of software quality - all software have issues, and the number of service packs released is just a result of the company's policy for update frequency.

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