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Microsoft Releases First Public Beta for 'Longhorn'

Discussion in 'News' started by tripwire45, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. tripwire45
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    Microsoft Releases First Public Beta for 'Longhorn'

    Microsoft will release the feature-complete, third beta for Windows Server "Longhorn" on April 25, which is also the first public beta of the software. The product remains on track for release to manufacturing in the second half of 2007, and the beta code can be downloaded here. Some 10,000 people in Microsoft's technical beta program have already tested the product, while thousands more downloaded or received the second beta and the Community Technology Preview that followed through their TechNet and MSDN subscriptions, Helene Love Snell, the senior product manager for Windows Server, told eWEEK.

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    1. Tinus1959
      Hmmm, the name Longhorn was previously connected to windows 2003 server. I have beta versions of Longhorn at home allready for 3 years. The original name of 2006 server was Blackcomb.
      This is the first time they use the same code name for two different products. Are they running out of fantasy?
    2. wagnerk
      Abd they have also released 5 free elearning clinics, see here.


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