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Tuesday February 8, 2005 4:26 am

Windows Longhown: Beta In June


Posted by Oscar M. Cantu Categories: Software


Windows LonghornMicrosoft plans to release its next operating system, codenamed Longhorn, sometime within the next year or two. This operating system’s beta version will be released in June and includes many improvements since the last time Microsoft showed off their newest addition to the Windows family. Microsoft claims Longhorn will be more stable the the current Windows operating system. New additions include a presentation engine called Avalon,  a Web services architecture called Indigo, and a reworking of the Windows files system known as WinFS (but who knows when this feature will be finished?). Microsoft has not released much information about all the features the beta version will offer, but it is nice to see Longhorn move closer to going gold. Can Microsoft really develop a stable operating system with less security flaws?

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i thought winfs wasn’t going to be apart of longhorn since it wouldn’t allow them to complete longhorn in the timeframe they had? ah well.

a more stable windows os huh? does that mean its going to be more of a ram hog?

just tell me that i won’t have to download a 500mb “patch” a couple months later because they forgot to put in something called security.

lol everytime they release a OS they say its more stable and will never crash. Lol my XP professional has crashed and BSOD a few times :/

Hmmm, I wonder if those Aggies fans will purchase this OS when it debuts confused LOL Just kidding. Maybe *I* will finally do the upgrade when it comes out big surprise Amazing, huh? Hehe


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