The upgrade of Microsoft's on-line service MSN (v2.5) will be nearly two months late. The new version will now not be available until September.
Microsoft said it is working with a number of media and non-media partners to provide content that it claims will be exciting and innovative.
There will be European specific entertainment and information, the company has confirmed. It is also making many of the current paid-for services free to all Internet users, on a re-run basis by which content from the premium subscription site will eventually be moved to the free area.
The company claims more than two million users of the existing MSN yet it apparently still needs a relaunch - a mere nine months after the last one - to get it into the top five on the web.
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