Vista Launches Today
Microsoft Inc. rolls out its much-anticipated, frequently delayed Vista operating system today.
The global hype is impressive, writes my colleague Alan Sipress. There's a laser display along the waterfront in Shanghai and a huge interactive laptop in Germany.
It's a big push for Microsoft, because desktop operating systems, like Vista, are facing increasing competition from Web-based applications.
For other Vista coverage, check out Computerworld's "Vista A to Z."
Here is CNet's complete guide to Vista.
And here's a Seattle Times Q-and-A with Bill Gates on what may be his last big launch as head of Microsoft.
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