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InfoWorld: Microsoft sticks to its Windows guns (Aug 18, 2000)

NetworkWorld: Gates unveils 64-bit Windows (Jul 13, 2000)

InfoWorld: Government recommends Microsoft breakup (Apr 29, 2000)

InfoWorld: Microsoft looks to right itself with Pocket PC launch (Mar 24, 2000)

InfoWorld: Microsoft's Whistler gets unscheduled debut (Mar 22, 2000)

InfoWorld: Win2000 laps business apps: Lagging applications, updates extend planning horizon (Feb 20, 2000)

InfoWorld: Windows 2000 launch: Moment of truth arrives (Feb 15, 2000)

InfoWorld: IT proceeds with caution [on Windows 2000] (Feb 06, 2000)

InfoWorld: Windows 2000 Dilemma (Jan 31, 2000)

InfoWorld: Broad-based group forms to fight proposed UCITA (Jan 08, 2000)

InfoWorld: Microsoft defends itself against judge's harsh ruling (Nov 06, 1999)

InfoWorld: Gates vows to beef up Microsoft app server offerings (Sep 17, 1999)

InfoWorld: Study: Windows 2000 adoption to cost a pretty penny (Sep 12, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft disputes expert's characterization of Windows 'back door' (Sep 06, 1999)

InfoWorld: Security expert: Windows has back door (Sep 04, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft acknowledges delay of Windows 2000 release candidate (Sep 03, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft denies an employee sent phony e-mail (Aug 15, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft takes wraps off Embedded NT (Aug 10, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft execs hint at plans to Web-enable Windows (Jul 24, 1999)

InfoWorld: Software support lags Windows 2000 effort (Jun 14, 1999)

InfoWorld: Linux vendor Red Hat goes public (Jun 05, 1999)

InfoWorld: Gartner Group warns against early Windows 2000 deployment (May 08, 1999)

PCWorld:OK, Win 2000 Still Needs Polish (May 06, 1999)

InfoWorld: Foes tee off on Microsoft, talk about own offerings (May 04, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft lags in enterprise penetration (Apr 25, 1999)

InfoWorld: Microsoft open to open source for Windows? (Apr 07, 1999)

InfoWorld: Move to link IE 5.0 to desktop applications frowned upon (Apr 04, 1999)