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Sorry to be so vague, but there is no official version of Windows coming for the summer. Microsoft is just giving us the boot.
Okay, you guys. I am not worried.
I think he is. I think the only people who are worried are the people who got the “Windows” version of Windows (which is pretty much the same thing). It is a completely different operating system, and I don’t have the slightest idea what was actually going on behind the scenes to make it so. So, until something official comes out, I am just going to continue to not worry.
The only problem I have is that it does not have any kind of volume information. It is a single floppy disk, I guess. But I guess you could argue that it’s a CD-R or something like that. In any event it is still nothing like Windows 7, which is an operating system that has its own full disk.