Microsoft overhauling files for next Windows (Yukon)

By Bill Graziano on 13 March 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQL Server 2005


To achieve the long-elusive goal of easily finding information hidden in computer files, Microsoft is returning to a decade-old idea. The company is building new file organization software that will begin to form the underpinnings of the next major version of its Windows operating system. The complex data software is meant to address a conundrum as old as the computer industry itself: how to quickly find and work with a piece of information, no matter what its format, from any location. Follow the link to Microsoft overhauling files for next Windows (Yukon)...

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