I smell RTM...

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Update:
My sources at the software giant confirmed this weekend that Microsoft is set to finalize Windows Vista as early as Monday and release the product to manufacturing. The final build number is expected to be 6000.16386.061101-2205, I'm told. (Readers may recall that WinInfo broke the news that Microsoft would iterate Vista to build 6000 for the final release way back on August 25.)
Source: http://www.windowsitpro.com/windows...rticleID/94132/windowspaulthurrott_94132.html
 

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On the MSDN Subscribers page...
Windows Vista and Office 2007 will be available through TechNet Subscriber downloads within 7 days of release to manufacture (RTM). TechNet Subscriptions is committed to making new content available to our subscribers as soon as is practical.
I hope this means MSDN too. :D
 

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On the MSDN Subscribers page...

I hope this means MSDN too. :D
Of course, with Windows Vista, nothing really ends. After RTM, Microsoft will ship Vista to its MSDN and TechNet customers within seven days. Business customers with volume license agreements will be able to begin installing the new OS starting November 30. And sometime in late January--Microsoft still isn't saying exactly when--the company will host a gala consumer launch event for Windows Vista.
Source: http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/winvista_roadtogold_07.asp
 

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So word is Office 2007 is RTMed and Windows Vista will be today at some point!

Damn, got a meeting with AMD in London tonight so will prob miss it all :eek:
 

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Awww not the RTM I was looking for... :'(

At 9:00 a.m. EST this morning, Microsoft announced that its long-awaited Office 2007 System was complete, setting the stage for a late November 2006 business rollout and a wider consumer launch in January. Microsoft is touting Office 2007--in tandem with upcoming products such as Windows Vista and Exchange Server 2007--as the linchpin of a new round in corporate spending.
Source: http://www.windowsitpro.com/Articles/ArticleID/94139/94139.html
 

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