Windows Live Search for the desktop: A Single Point of Entry

More details are emerging on the latest Windows Live offering, the unfortunately named Windows Live Search (for the desktop). As this search product will be built around Windows Vista and Office Sharepoint Server 2007, products not yet released to market, there’s probably plenty of time to come up with a better name (we hope). In […]

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More details are emerging on the latest Windows Live offering, the unfortunately named Windows Live Search (for the desktop). As this search product will be built around Windows Vista and Office Sharepoint Server 2007, products not yet released to market, there’s probably plenty of time to come up with a better name (we hope).

In a white paper available on Microsoft.com downloads, the new search product is described as an enterprise level solution that provides a single user interface, binding together separate systems including new search capabilities built into Vista, Windows Desktop Search 3.0 utilized by Office 2007, the Business Data Catalog and Knowledge Network in Office SharePoint Server 2007, and internet search from Windows Live Search (the other one), including image search, news, rss, email, local, and shopping searches.

Windows, Live, Search, Desktop, Sharpoint, Server 2007

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