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Longhorn and the OS menagerie

Apple tells tales of Tiger, Adobe teaches a penguin to read, and Microsoft opens the door on the new Windows.

Apple tells tales of Tiger, Adobe teaches a penguin to read, and Microsoft opens the door on the new Windows.

FAQ: Getting a handle on Longhorn

Say what you want about Longhorn, just don't call it Windows XP Service Pack 3.
April 15, 2005

An early peek at Longhorn

Advanced search and file-organization features reflect the shift in computing since XP's debut in 2001.
April 15, 2005

Apple pins April 29 date on Tiger's tail

Desktop and server versions of Mac OS X 10.4 will be ready later this month, the Mac maker says.
April 12, 2005

Microsoft's SP2 gets pushy

The Windows XP security service pack will now install itself on any remaining business computers that have avoided the upgrade.
April 12, 2005

Adobe restores Reader's Linux support

With version 7 of the PDF-viewing software, now available on Adobe's Web site, the company warms to Linux once again.
April 12, 2005

Microsoft to expand low-cost Windows to Brazil

Company already offers the software in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, with plans to expand to India and Russia.
April 11, 2005

Novell rings up Linux for retailers

New software package aims to help lower costs for stores, as cash registers continue to shift to high-tech.
April 11, 2005

VMware expands to 64-bit realm

New version of company's workstation software lets multiple virtual machines share the same memory in some situations.
April 11, 2005

Microsoft uses Longhorn to promote Itanium

Redmond commits to selling an Itanium edition of the forthcoming Longhorn Server as part of a renewed marketing effort with Intel.
April 10, 2005