On to the next version of Windows
Guess Microsoft really wants to make sure the next version of Windows doesn’t take another five years.
The day after releasing the final Windows Vista bits to volume-licensing business customers. Microsoft issued a call to testers asking for input on the next version of Windows.
“Many customer have expressed the desire to have an impact on future releases of Windows. We have often heard from customers that they want the opportunity to make suggestions about the way Windows works,” according to a copy of a note Microsoft sent to Windows testers, published on the ActiveWin.com Web site.
“The purpose of this program is to gather that early feedback from Windows customers and use it to make the next version of Windows the best release yet. Who Can Participate Initially this program will be open to participants of the Windows Vista Technical Beta Community. At a future date after general Windows Vista consumer availability it will be opened up to all registered Microsoft Connect users,” the note said.
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