Windows Vista might offer Windows' foundation for the next decade, Microsoft still plans on selling us regular updates.
The next stop on the Microsoft money train is scheduled for 2009, corporate vice president of development Ben Fathi said last week at the RSA Conference.
Microsoft doesn't want to talk about Vista just yet – the company is still revelling in the echos of the Vista launch party. So Windows Client Director Kevin Kurtz today was quick to issue at statement proclaiming that Microsoft has nothing to say about the next Windows.
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