(Ed: Don't you just love it when people talk about something that is going to remain vaporware for another three or four years as if it is real?)
November 5, 2003
The Old GNU
Anonymous Reader writes ""Microsoft's new version of the Windows operating system, code named Longhorn, is scheduled for release in 2005/2006. I believe that this new version of Windows is Microsoft's trump card in its, yet early, battle against Linux on the desktop and the Open Source Software (OSS) movement in general. I do not believe Microsoft would have had the motivation to purse many of the ideas presented at the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC) had it not been for the competition Linux presents."Read the editorial at OSNews.com by Tom Onoma."