Microsoft executives highlighted the road maps for Windows Vista, Longhorn Server and Office 2007 at the upcoming annual hardware-engineering conference in Seattle.
"We're turning the corner on all three of our core products. We are heading toward delivery," said Mike Burk, product manager with the Windows group. That is the message that Microsoft will deliver to about 3,000 attendees of WinHEC (the annual Windows Hardware Engineering Conference), which kicks off on May 23 in Seattle.
Indeed, WinHEC is clearly make or break time for Microsoft. The first indicator of how Microsoft will fare: the beta triple-header. The software giant unleashed a barrage of products to beta testers.
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