Microsoft spent significant marketing dollars last month to announce that it will call its next-generation operating system Windows Vista. But what’s in store for users? Wired News procured a beta 1 sample of Vista to see if there was anything to get excited about.
What we found were a lot of attractive graphical interfaces and new search-engine functions, but, so far, not too much in the way of productivity or security enhancements. Microsoft promises more features in the upcoming beta 2 version, and the release version is scheduled to go on sale next year.
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