Msg#: 3151160 posted 9:59 am on Nov 9, 2006 (gmt 0)
After five years and repeated delays, Microsoft Corp. finished Windows Vista on Wednesday and announced plans to release it in stores Jan. 30 -- ending an unusually arduous chapter in the life of the company's flagship product.
Microsoft's next big challenge will be getting people to upgrade to the program. But for a moment, at least, the company's relief at finishing the project was palpable.
Msg#: 3151160 posted 3:57 pm on Nov 9, 2006 (gmt 0)
then there will come hard times for google, with vista search functions, but think that good, be cause they just have to much market share now. Im looking forward to Vista, I thibk that will be a real new OS, not like 98, 2000 ME blabla