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Windows XP weighs heavy

A preview version of the new OS is expected in July, but it might require more PC memory than previously expected. Also, MP3 support may not be part of Windows XP.

A preview version of the new OS is expected in July, but it might require more PC memory than previously expected. Also, MP3 support may be lacking. Windows XP requires more horsepower
The software company says it will deliver the first preview version of Windows XP by early July, but early adopters may find that their PCs lack enough memory to run the new OS.
June 13, 2001 
Windows XP and MP3s may not mix
Microsoft is weighing how much support it will offer in its upcoming operating system for MP3s, a popular music format that competes with the company's own Windows Media technology.
June 12, 2001 
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Messaging may boost Windows XP sales
Advanced instant-messaging technology could help Microsoft break a string of mediocre-selling upgrades to its ubiquitous operating system, analysts say.
June 11, 2001