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The Lowdown On Longhorn


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#1 KoanYorel

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Posted 03 May 2005 - 04:50 PM

The Lowdown On Longhorn

By Scot Finnie, TechWeb.com May 02, 2005 (8:42 AM EDT)

"I returned from WinHEC with a recent build (5048) of Windows Longhorn. In sessions at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference and a private interview with Microsoft Windows Product Manager Greg Sullivan, I learned quite a bit about Longhorn worth updating you about right away. Here are the high points."

[This commentary by Scot Finnie is part of a continuing discourse on the upcoming MicroSoft "Longhorn" release schedule to ship before Christmas 2006. ~Koan]

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Posted 04 May 2005 - 08:29 AM

That's interesting.. I've been trying to keep up on it. It sounds like it might actually be way better than XP, however you know Microsoft how they tend to always like bugs! (yum) :thumbsup:

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