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Windows XP to Ship October 25

<i>ENTmag.com</i> reported last week that Microsoft has pinned down Oct. 25, 2001 as the official launch date for Windows XP.

ENTmag.com reported last week that Microsoft has pinned down Oct. 25, 2001 as the official launch date for Windows XP. Jim Allchin, Microsoft group vice president, confirmed this date during a conference call with editors and analysts. The launch date will likely keep shipping copies from reaching consumers until 2002. For more details, go to http://www.entmag.com/breaknews.asp?ID=4486.

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