Until more of the kinks are ironed out of these WGA and OGA mechanisms, perhaps Microsoft would do best to ban their inclusion in two of its most important, next-gen products, Windows Vista and Office 2007.
On September 25, Mercer Management Consulting released a new Microsoft-backed study. The study is entitled “Driving Lower TCO and Rapid ROI through UNIX Migrations.
Here are some of the more noticeable Vista changes and hot buttons, courtesy of Microsoft bloggers and others around the Web.
Microsoft posted yet another new Vista test build, Number 5728, on September 22.
Regardless of what Microsoft will do with Works, what should the company do with its entry-level office suite?
I don’t know exactly how they are going to do it, but the Vista team is looking like it will hit the targets for Vista that Microsoft outlined in March of this year.
As Microsoft rounds the final bend of the winding Windows Vista road, I’m surprised we’ve heard so little about application compatibility. Sure, Jim Allchin, co-president of the Platforms and Services division, recently played up the need for Vista testers to push hard on making sure existing applications are backwards-compatible with Vista.
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