"Our customers will have a feature-complete Windows Vista sooner in their hands than any previous Windows release," said Amitabh Srivastava, a corporate vice president in Microsoft's Windows unit, in a conference call.
With things release-wise still pretty much geared up for the second half of 2006, Microsoft is looking to focus on improving the reliability of Vista until the launch date. Vista will eventually launch five years after the release of the current version of Windows, Windows XP.
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