Huh? Ano yan bagong OS nanaman? (Yan ang sasabihin ng mga wala pang alam tungkol sa Vienna). Hayyy, ano ba tong post na to, luma na, ngayon mo lang ba nalaman na may Windows Vienna na e rerelease sa 2009? Hayyy huli sa balita! Kawawang bata… (Eto naman ang sasabihin ng mga taong matataas ang pride at alam na nila ang tungkol sa Windows Vienna). Hmmm? Ano yan joke? Windows na Vienna? Vienna Sausage ba yan? (Eto naman ang sasabihin ng mga taong walang paki at walang alam tungkol sa mga Operating Systems na bago ngayon, at wala talagang alam kung anong ibig sabihin o ano ang isang OS).
Windows “Vienna” (formerly known as Blackcomb) is acodename for a future version of Microsoft Windows, originally announced in February 2000, that has been subject to major delays and rescheduling. Microsoft has announced it will be released in 2009, and according to “Smart Computing In Plain English”, a technology magazine, work on it began right after Windows Vista was released. As of February 2007, the name of the operating system used internally is undisclosed and is not used publicly by Microsoft, though “Windows 7” has been noted in job postings as a working name for the project.
Microsoft has refrained from discussing the details about “Vienna” publicly as they focus on the release and marketing of Windows Vista, though some early details of various core operating system features have emerged at developer conferences such as Windows Hardware Engineering Conference in 2006.