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Robert and the Lockergome Talk Windows - Part 2

From "The Chris Pirillo Show":

The Robert McLaws interview continues in the second part with more great information about Longhorn, 64-bit versions of Windows, the future of the Windows user experience and Robert's take on why many people (including Chris) came away feeling let down by the version of Longhorn presented at WinHEC. Robert packs a ton of great information into this interview, covering topics ranging from why Windows 2003 Server offers better application throughput than Windows XP to what people should really expect in the next version of Windows. Of course, you can stay current on all of Robert's thoughts on Longhorn at Longhorn Blogs.

Listen to Part 2 here.

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