Microsoft has announced yet another delay for its upcoming Windows Vista OS. Jim Allchin told analysts that the targeted launch date has now been pushed back to January, 2007 for all consumer versions. This delay was to mainly address the last remaining security enhancements in Windows Vista.
"We needed just a few more weeks," Allchin said in a conference call. In a press release, he said "the industry requires greater lead time to deliver Windows Vista on new PCs during holiday. We must optimize for the industry, so we've decided to separate business and consumer availability."
[ArsTechnica - ShoutWire]