eet.com: "Microsoft is considering a number of options for getting the USB 2.0 software on the market in
tandem with the Windows XP release, said Carl Stork, general manager of Microsoft's Windows
Division. "How that USB 2.0 software is shipped in the final version of XP, we don't know," he
said. "It could be shipped and turned on by default if suddenly a wave of hardware hits Redmond. It
could be that we ship it but turn it off by default. Or it could be that we choose to distribute it
through Windows later."
April 13, 2001