Longhorn Pushed to 2004, .NET Server to Debut 2003

Aron Schatz
May 1, 2002
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The next major version of Windows is pushed back. Hey, I still use Win2k, XP is a bit to much for me.

While this week's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference has been host to exciting new product announcements and upcoming technologies, Microsoft executives delivered disappointing news to Windows enthusiasts. In his keynote address, group vice president Jim Allchin disclosed that Longhorn, the next major version of Windows originally scheduled for 2003, would not ship before 2004. Windows .NET Server will not meet its timeline either, due in part to delays Microsoft attributes to the massive security review that took place in February.


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