Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th May 2006 18:58 UTC
Windows At WinHEC, Microsoft CEO said Vista might be pushed back a few weeks, depending on the feedback received on Vista Beta 2. "We think we are on track for shipping early in [2007]," the Microsoft CEO said. "We've talked about the month, but we get a chance to critically assess all of the feedback we'll get from this beta release then confirm or move [the launch date] a few weeks. We put the beta out today... So we should start getting feedback right away." Other than that, Bill Gates said Microsoft will focus its products on 64bit, starting later this year.
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It's amazing...
by AxXium on Wed 24th May 2006 21:08 UTC
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It's amazing...

Think about the most interesting and talked about part of vista is.

You will soon realize that the most talked about feature of Vista is it's never ending schedule set backs.

Not it's new GUI or other *enhancements*, sure they talk about that, but not as much as the latest three month set back.

It's ridiculous.

Why we keep talking about it?

Why do I keep talking about?



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RE: It's amazing...
by Varg Vikernes on Thu 25th May 2006 00:51 in reply to "It's amazing..."
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I think the question is why do YOU keep talking about it?

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RE[2]: It's amazing...
by AxXium on Thu 25th May 2006 14:49 in reply to "RE: It's amazing..."
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I already asked myself that question.

The answer may be that I'm addicted to MS Lateness. ;-)

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