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Microsoft's new operating system named "Vista"
Contributed by: SHA, at 7/22/2005 09:26:00 PM.

Finally playing off its Windows brand name, Microsoft is naming the next version of its flagship operating system "Vista."
The name is intended to emphasize selling points of the software, including improvements in the way users can view information stored on a PC. The software that will replace Windows XP in late 2006 had previously been referred to by its code-name "Longhorn."
"It's really about your view of the world," said Windows director, Neil Charney. "The core focus is putting you at the center and letting you focus on what's important to you."
Past versions of Windows had numeric names that referred to their version number or year of release, or mysteriously tech-sounding letters such as "NT" and "XP." The last major release, XP, went on sale in October 2001.

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