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Vista gets a date: November 30th (and January 30th, 2007)

Ryan Block
November 2, 2006
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It's been five long, interesting, industry-changing years since the world's most pervasive PC operating system underwent its last revision, but the time is at long last upon us. Vista (and Office 2007), as we understand it, will be launched officially (really) November 30th to corporate customers, while consumers will be able to get theirs going January 30th, 2007. Stay tuned as the bugs keep a gettin' squished over Redmond way, and we count down to what will probably be the biggest software launch since XP.

[Via Slashdot, thanks Jonathan]



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