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    Wink sh-h...sneek-A-peek at Longhorn

    When you click the All Programs button in Longhorn, you
    replace the left-side column with a scrolling list of your
    programs. There's a little Spotlight-ish search box at the
    bottom, too, so you can jump to a program whose name you know
    with a couple of keystrokes. These are very nice changes.

    Now, I've just focused here on the on-the-screen differences;
    Longhorn will also include a huge number of deeper-seated
    architectural features -- self-healing features, a new driver
    system, and so on -- that Microsoft says will drastically
    improve Windows's security and reliability. "It just works,"
    says one of the slides in Microsoft's PowerPoint
    presentation.
    http://forums.nytimes.com/top/opinio...mns/index.html

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