Microsoft admits failure to deliver

Microsoft has slammed its XP operating system admitting to hardware developers in Seattle that the company has failed to deliver by not “thinking through end-to-end scenarios.”
The software giant’s apparent gaffe appears to be a reverse strategy to switch the spotlight onto new capabilities available only through its Longhorn OS, due for release late next year.
The disclosure came in a speech by a Microsoft Vice President, who effectively badmouthed the company’s form on networking and hardware support for its latest version of Windows.
Microsoft admits failure to deliver :: Contractor UK

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