Bill Gates was in Brussels last week and for once, he didn't just travel to the center of the EU bureaucracy to fight with anti trust authorities. On Thursday Gates spoke as the closing keynote speaker at the Microsoft Business Innovation Event.
Talking up the long overdue Windows Vista, he claimed that the upcoming operating system (due out on January 30) will allow software to catch up with today's hardware capabilities. All those dual core, 64-bit processors and wide screen monitors after all aren't being put to any good use in Windows XP today.
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