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Vista Realease Date.

Discussão em 'Windows Desktop e Surface' iniciada por Horus-Anhur, 31 de Agosto de 2005. (Respostas: 13; Visualizações: 1556)

  1. Horus-Anhur

    Horus-Anhur I folded Myself

    Rumores indicam que o Windows Vista será lançado a 7 de Dezembro de 2006.
    O Release Candidate 0 deve aparecer em 19 de Abril, e o RC1 em 28 de Junho de 2006.


    http://software.silicon.com/os/0,39024651,39151834,00.htm
     
  2. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    Já agora posso acrescentar que a Beta 2 está prevista para a primeira semana de Dezembro de 2005. Dia certo não há, tal como no lançamento da versão final do SP2 para WinXP.
     
  3. Nemesis11

    Nemesis11 Power Member

    4 meses depois de ir para produção e mais de 5 meses depois da ultima RC, é que é lançado?

    É normal que eles queiram aproveitar a época do natal, mas é muito prelongado. Acho que no XP foi só 1 mês.
     
  4. acrobat

    acrobat Power Member

    According to very recent internal Microsoft documentation, the software giant is planning an aggressive release schedule for several products over the next year or so. I've come across the release schedules for Windows Vista (codenamed "Longhorn"), WinFS, and SQL Server 2005 (codenamed "Yukon"). Here's what I found out.

    Windows Vista

    Despite rumors to the contrary, but in keeping with the schedule I first published on the SuperSite for Windows months ago, Microsoft is planning to ship Windows Vista Beta 2 in late 2005, not in early 2006. According to internal documentation I recently reviewed, Vista Beta 2 is scheduled to be "feature complete" by September 29, 2005. Then, Vista Beta 2 will enter lockdown mode between October and November 9, 2005. After that date, Beta 2 will be in escrow. Microsoft now plans to ship Windows Vista Beta 2 on December 7, 2005, about three weeks later than the last schedule I obtained.

    What about post-Beta 2? According to a second set of documentation I viewed Monday, Microsoft will ship Windows Vista Release Candidate 0 (RC0) on April 19, 2006, and Windows Vista RC1 on June 28, 2006. Microsoft currently plans to release Windows Vista to manufacturing on August 9, 2006, and make the product broadly available by November 15, 2006.

    Longhorn Server

    Except for the RTM (release to manufacturing) date, all of those dates apply to Longhorn Server as well. But once we hit summer 2006, Longhorn Server will fork from the Windows Vista client release schedule. We'll see an RC2 release of Longhorn Server on October 18, 2006, and then the RTM release on January 10, 2007, according to the latest documentation. That is a far sooner release date than previously anticipated.

    WinFS

    Microsoft surprised a lot of people by shipping WinFS Beta 1 Monday, and as it turns out, the project is suddenly well ahead of schedule. I've seen two contradictory schedules for WinFS. In the more recent schedule, WinFS Beta 1 will be followed by at least one Community Technology Preview (CTP) release, which is currently due on February 15, 2006. Then, on May 1, 2006, Microsoft is scheduled to release WinFS Beta 2. Beta 3 is currently scheduled for November 15, 2006, with a Beta 3 Refresh release expected in April 2007. WinFS is currently scheduled for RTM in Q3 2007, well after Longhorn Server.

    SQL Server 2005

    SQL Server 2005 will ship within months. On September 13, 2005, the first day of the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) 2005, Microsoft will announce that SQL Server 2005 has hit the Release Candidate 1 (RC1) milestone, and the company will place the code into escrow in anticipation of the final release. However, PDC attendees will not be getting RC1: Instead, they will get a specially forked, near-final version of SQL Server 2005 that was prepared over two internal CTP releases in May and September 2005. The English language version of SQL Server 2005 is currently expected to RTM on October 14, 2005, about three weeks before its public launch. Other language versions will ship in December 2005 and January 2006.

    Because software development is an iffy proposition, and many of these dates are quite a ways out, it's likely that Microsoft will miss targets and have to adjust accordingly. But for now, these are the most recent schedules for the products listed above. Plan accordingly.


    in Fonte
     
  5. greven

    greven Folding Artist

    It has been reported by well known and trusted Microsoft author, Paul Thurrott, that Windows Vista (previously codename Longhorn) will ship in no less than 7 different versions. The most basic, Vista Starter Edition, will only ship in emerging markets and will be heavily restricted (only 3 applications running simultaneously for example). The next version up, Vista Home Basic Edition, is for the computer novice or budget conscious buyer. This will be similar to the current XP Home offering, with some of the more advanced features (such as joining a domain) disabled.

    At the opposite end of the Vista versions market, we have the Ultimate Edition. This, according to reports, will be unlike any other Microsoft product out today. As well as combining the best features from the other six Vista flavours, Ultimate will add several very interesting new features. Rumoured to be present are a podcasting application, a "Game Performance Tweaker" and even the possibility of free music and movie downloads. Although exactly what that entails is anyone’s guess.

    It is worth noting that at this point, nothing has been officially confirmed by Microsoft. I am currently awaiting a response from one of their PR team to confirm whether these rumours are in fact true. For details on the other 4 versions of Vista, and a brief overview of all 7, click Read More.

    jn Neowin.net
     
  6. Horus-Anhur

    Horus-Anhur I folded Myself

    É de mim ou a MS planeia substituir todos os windows em uso actualmente por Vistas. Desde o user mais noob até á TI mais avançada.
     
  7. greven

    greven Folding Artist

    Mas esse foi o intuito com o XP, mas falharam, pois muitos não viram a vantagem de fazer o upgrade para o XP, mantendo-se pelo Windows NT e principalmente o 2000.
     
  8. Horus-Anhur

    Horus-Anhur I folded Myself

    Estes são os 7 Windows Vistas que vão sair:

    Notem no enfase que dão á versão Ultimate Ediution:

    http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20050910-5298.html
     
  9. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    Aínda mais intrigantes são os rumores que falam na possibilidade de uma oitava versão, virada para servidores e workstations, mas com o Virtual Server e cópias dos Windows e MS-DOS mais antigos embutidos (dando assim suporte a aplicações mais antigas que não correm nativamente em Windows mais recentes).
    Claro que é só um rumor, mas agora com CPU's multi-core e virtualização por hardware fazia todo o sentido, desde que houvesse um mercado suficientemente grande para cobrir os custos de suporte.
     
  10. Cabalo

    Cabalo Power Member

    e rumores de preços, já há ?
     
  11. Horus-Anhur

    Horus-Anhur I folded Myself

  12. BarroZo

    BarroZo Power Member

    para que 7 versoes? uma nao chega? tirando versões Servers !!
     
  13. Horus-Anhur

    Horus-Anhur I folded Myself

    Exploração maxima do mercado.
     
  14. [TI]

    [TI] Banido

    Acho a data de 7 de Dezembro apertada para o lançamento do Vista.
    Reparem, eles vão ficar à espera do lançamento do MAc OS X 10.5 (Leopard) para copiarem
    mais umas cenas. Como este é lançado em meados de 2006 não estou a ver como é que
    conseguem copiar as coisas em 4 meses. :D

    :joking:

    Mas uma coisa é certa. O Windows Vista Ultimate é do "Best". Salta um para a mesa 1.
     
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