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7/22/2005
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David  DeJean
David DeJean
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Bye-bye Longhorn, Hello Vista

This just in: Redmond, Washington, July 22, 2005 -- Today Microsoft Corp. announced the official name of its next-generation Windows client operating system, formerly code-named "Longhorn:" Windows Vista. And the delivery date of Beta 1, targeted at developers and IT professionals, has been officially pegged for August 3. Get those fingers on the download buttons. Official marketing slogan: "Bringing clarity to your world." Official Web site:

This just in: Redmond, Washington, July 22, 2005 -- Today Microsoft Corp. announced the official name of its next-generation Windows client operating system, formerly code-named "Longhorn:" Windows Vista.

And the delivery date of Beta 1, targeted at developers and IT professionals, has been officially pegged for August 3. Get those fingers on the download buttons.

Official marketing slogan: "Bringing clarity to your world."

Official Web site: //www.microsoft.com/windowsvista.

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