Bill Gates about Windows Vista, opensource and more

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 21 2006 @ 04:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
CNET published an interview with Bill Gates. They talk about the new Vista operating system, Linux and other things too.
Q: It's been five years since the last big Windows release. Windows Vista is coming out really soon for businesses, fairly soon for consumers. What's your favorite feature in Vista?

Gates: Well, it is such a broad release that it's hard to pick. (Desktop) search may be my favorite. You know, you immediately say to yourself, "Well, how did I live without it? Well, I bought add-ons and things like that." But the integrated user interface makes it quite different than even the add-ons were.

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