Windows Vista release slips to Q4 2006

The second sentence of the second paragraph in the story "Windows Vista release slips to Q4 2006," posted to the wire Thursday has been clarified to better explain the disparity in time frames related to release of the next Windows operating system. The paragraph now reads:

Microsoft had previously slated the release of the next client version of its Windows operating system (OS) for the second half of 2006. But at the Microsoft Financial Analyst Conference in Redmond, Washington, Thursday, Will Poole, senior vice president of the client division of Microsoft, gave a more specific time frame than has previously been given, saying that the OS will be out in the 2006 "holiday" time frame in the U.S.

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