Following the commercial availability of Windows Vista and the 2007 Office System, Microsoft has revealed that the release activity will continue for the upcoming few months. In this context, Seth Adams Microsoft Program Manager, announced that the Redmond Company now plans to deliver the remaining language versions for the products launched on January 30, 2007. Microsoft as yet failed to confirm any actual dates, and only pointed to “as soon as possible” as a time reference. “So if you haven’t seen your favorite language version available yet, rest assured that it’s coming soon,” Adams promised.
With Windows Vista out of the way, Microsoft will now turn to the server division. “We’re also busy looking ahead into what’s coming and planning for the next big thing. We’re anticipating another Windows Server Longhorn beta in the not too distant future, as well as new updated Windows Server releases and additional CTPs as we get closer to the Visual Studio “Orcas” launch,” Adams said.