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Old 18th April 2008, 18:28   #1
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Default Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer reflects on Windows Vista

"Windows Vista: A work in progress," said Ballmer to a crowd of Microsoft MVPs in Seattle. "A very important piece of work, and I think we did a lot of things right, and I think we have a lot of things we need to learn from. Certainly, you never want to let five years go between releases. Can we just sort of kiss that stone and move on?"

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