Microsoft Corp. executives may be of two minds about publicly releasing its Windows source, but industry watchers say don't expect the company to change its licensing policies any time soon.
By Mary Jo Foley
| April 12, 1999 -- 06:59 GMT (23:59 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
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