News Burst: After Win2000, it's Whistler and Blackcomb

Windows development team have moved on to work on the next two versions to be released in 2001 and 2002

Microsoft wants all eyes on Windows 2000 when it officially rolls out the product next week. But its Windows development team already has moved on to work on the next two versions of Windows.

Microsoft is targeting March 2001 to deliver the first full upgrade to Windows 2000, code-named Whistler, according to sources close to the company. The follow-on to Whistler, code-named Blackcomb, is a 2002 or later Windows release.

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