Microsoft puts Longhorn on the desktop, Blackcomb on the server

Nov 13, 2002 by Paul Thurrott in Software
Microsoft has confirmed rumours that its next Windows release, code-named Longhorn, will be a desktop OS only, and not a synchronized release including both desktop and server versions as ...


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