Windows Vista likely to ship on time

Posted on Sunday, Oct 08 2006 @ 17:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Windows Vista has already been delayed a few times but now some analysts are pretty sure Microsoft will meet its current deadline for both corporate and retail consumers.
Goldman Sachs analyst Rick Sherlund sent a note to clients saying that Microsoft may be ready to send the final test version of its much-anticipated Windows upgrade later this week or next week, indicating that Vista will be available for business customers in November and retail PCs by late January.

Windows Vista, already five years in the making, has been postponed by Microsoft several times and some industry analysts have speculated that the world's largest software maker will again be forced to push back its release dates.

More info at Reuters.


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