For a product that is ridden by launch delays and features being pulled, it's no surprise that Windows Vista's beta release schedule too is being changed on a regular basis.
The much expected beta 2 of the application is no longer scheduled to be released, Microsoft has disclosed. In stead the company will stick to releasing its CTPs: community technology previews.
The CTPs too are subject to changes however. When Microsoft first started talking about the releases, they were supposed to be released on a monthly basis. But Microsoft skipped the November release and now is forfeiting on the January release too.
Microsoft has a lot to learn when it comes to setting expectations and living up to them.
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