Longhorn's '06 Debut Will Be Short Major Feature

If there's one thing you can rely on Microsoft for, it's major delays for the release of their newest version of Windows. Longhorn won't be any exception -- the folks at Redmond are now touting its debut will be sometime...

August 31, 2004

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If there's one thing you can rely on Microsoft for, it's major delays for the release of their newest version of Windows. Longhorn won't be any exception -- the folks at Redmond are now touting its debut will be sometime in 2006.

Longhorn, however will be "short" one major feature: a new system -- originally lauded as a key component -- for finding and storing information.

MS promises the feature will follow soon behind.

Hmmm, wonder if this would make a good Top 11 for us -- "Other key features Microsoft sacrifices to ensure LongHorn gets delivered on time."

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