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In the home stretch toward Vista

With the release of the Windows upgrade still set for January, Microsoft is putting the finishing touches on its OS transition.

With the release of the Windows upgrade still set for January, Microsoft is putting the finishing touches on its transition to the new operating system.

Support ending for Windows XP SP1

Those who use Service Pack 1, which is now 4 years old, must upgrade or lose support as of Tuesday, Microsoft says.
October 9, 2006

Vista to take a cue from budget Windows

Microsoft will put a feature from XP Starter, aimed at emerging markets, in the upcoming update.
October 8, 2006

A challenge for bug exterminators

Five-year redesign of Microsoft Windows and Office comes down to a final scramble to get the programs to users.
The New York Times
October 8, 2006

Putting PCs on hold over piracy

special feature Readers pitch on whether Microsoft is doing the right thing in using lockouts to enforce its antipiracy measures.
October 6, 2006

Is Windows still relevant?

perspective CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says recent upset over Vista should put a rest to that lingering question.
October 6, 2006

Microsoft sends out final test version of Vista

Company hopes release will be last public test version of the Windows update, says it's still on track with timing.
October 6, 2006