Tolly, Kevin
June 2000
Network World;06/26/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 26, p36
Trade Publication
Comments on defects in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 98 operating system and Office 2000 software suite. Performance of the software on a Sony Vaio laptop computer; Claim that Microsoft's programmers write unbalanced software; Call for Microsoft to spend more time on basic functions such as dial-up networking support and Exchange synchronization.


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