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Microsoft codename tracker: April refresh now available

The April PDF of the “All About Microsoft” CodeTracker is available for download. The best part? It’s free. This month’s update includes the usual bunch of new codenames, plus updates on many of the existing ones already on my 14-page (and growing) list.
Written by Mary Jo Foley, Senior Contributing Editor on

It's time again for a new CTP, beta, refresh -- or whatever you want to call it -- of my regularly updated roster of Microsoft codenames.

The April PDF of the “All About Microsoft” CodeTracker is available for download. The best part? It’s free. This month’s update includes the usual bunch of new codenames, plus updates on many of the existing ones already on my 14-page (and growing) list.

If you’re a Microsoft customer, partner, analyst, competitor (or even employee), you might find it useful.

And while I’m making public-service announcements, if you’d like to get posts from “All About Microsoft” in e-mail form (hourly, daily or weekly), you can subscribe here.

Don't forget: If you know of any Microsoft codenames (for future products only, not ones that have shipped already), feel free to send in potential additions. All contributors will be kept confidential.

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