For now, Microsoft has put up a teaser site, with plans to show the actual video footage next week.
Although the video was compelling and entertaining, at least
some of the people I talked to who saw the video at Thursday's analyst
meeting also stressed that early demos of Vista also looked good. The
video, necessarily, doesn't show what it is like to, say, install
software or hook Vista up to a home network. My guess is the
participants didn't have to endure frequent User Account Control
Yes, as we wrote earlier Microsoft designed the UAC to annoy, so we re-assert that if Microsoft added in, say, driver issues, compatibility issues, installation issues, and the UAC to the demo, they might have had a different result. Still, the video ought to be interesting to watch, when it appears. See above for the website "appearance" right now.
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