Microsoft last week released the first beta copy of its recently christened Windows Vista client operating system, as well as a test version of its next server operating system.
But only corporate users who are members of Microsoft’s MSDN development program, TechNet or Windows Vista Technical Beta Program will be able to download the early releases of the client operating system. The Windows Server beta, which is still code-named Longhorn, is available to Technical Beta Program participants.
One newly detailed client feature that’s expected to appeal to corporate I.T. shops is User Account Protection, which will enable administrators to give end users only the system privileges they need to do their work.
Read the complete story. (NewsFactor)