“I’m not sure what to think about Longhorn yet. On the one hand, it looks like it will potentially be a truly revolutionary new version of Windows that has all kinds of new potential built into it. On the other hand, it looks like it could be made into the most proprietary operating system ever. One in which only Microsoft can extend or do anything meaningful to it.” Read the editorial by Stardock’s Brad Wardell.Elsewhere, Microsoft’s annual Tech Ed 2004 conference opens Monday in San Diego, Calif. The sold-out event includes almost a dozen tracks with hundreds of sessions. while NeoWin is silently expecting an announcement from Microsoft at Tech-Ed 2004 and that SP2 is to be released on Wednesday.