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Waiting For Vista

From: Candace Smith <candace4modeling@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 05:31:36 -0800
Message-ID: <45BCA5B8.1F0@yahoo.com>
To: public-ws-desc-meps@w3.org

What to expect from Microsoft's Vista The task is daunting: Make a
product
that works with tens of thousands of devices and software programs, and
will
be used by perhaps 800 million people or more. Anticipate their needs
and
wants now and years in the future. Prepare to be attacked by haters and
hackers. Oh, yeah, and get ready to rake in billions of dollars in
profit.
More than five years after Microsoft started on the road to building the
next version of the Windows computer-operating system, it's finally
ready to
give Vista to the masses. The company is planning a launch celebration
in
New York City on Monday before Vista and Office 2007, Microsoft's other
leading product, go on sale Tuesday. A few retailers are staying open
late
to accommodate those enthusiasts who want to be the first to get their
hands
on them, though it's hard to imagine the kind of craziness that
surrounded
earlier Windows launches.






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