Win2K: Where no OS has gone before

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Win2K: Where no OS has gone before

Flanked by actor Patrick Stewart, rock musician Carlos Santana and a 40-foot laptop, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates officially unveiled his company’s long-awaited professional operating system at a gala event in San Francisco.

Gates called the software “the first in the greatest generation of products ever released by Microsoft.”

In an interview, Gates conceded there will be some compatiblity problems for users who try to upgrade from Windows NT to Windows 2000, developed at a cost of $1 billion.

“I think it’s fair to say that that one in four customers may have some issues as they move up, but the benefits are very dramatic,” he said.

A complete report is available at www.zdnn.com. To listen to Bill Gates’ keynote address, go to www.zdradio.com.

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