Windows Vista Finished And Released To Manufacturing

Posted: Nov 9 2006, 2:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:19am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
Windows Vista Finished and Released to Manufacturing
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Microsoft says that Windows Vista is done and it is going into the new shiny Windows Vista boxes.

Microsoft says Windows Vista is its most heavily tested operating system ever, with deep investments made to ensure greater security, reliability and usability.
Well, will see. I am sure the first thing after I install it is to get a big download from Windows Vista update.

The Windows Vista Ultimate Upgrade DVD is listed on Amazon.com, but you only can get notified when it is going to be available for purchase.Consumers will get the chance to waste hours upgrading their PCs with Windows Vista starting January 30th 2007.
More details in this Microsoft Q&A with Sven Hallauer, Release Manager, Director of Program Management.

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