IE7, Windows Vista and Longhorn Server betas to arrive on August 3

Posted on Monday, July 25 2005 @ 10:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Microsoft said it will unveil the first beta versions of Windows Vista, Longhorn server and Internet Explorer 7 on the same day, August 3.

The server beta, with a still-to-be-determined moniker, will contain the core operating system foundation and APIs for Longhorn Server. The private beta will be offered to hardware manufacturers, OEMs, IHVs, system builders, ISVs and developers. The build will let them test and plan their own products to work on top of the next-generation server, a Microsoft spokeswoman said.

More details at InternetNews

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