Microsoft To Share Its Plans for Longhorn RSS Support

From Microsoft-Watch
Microsoft first discussed its strategy to make RSS part of Longhorn two years ago. The company is set to update its vision for syndication support in the next version of Windows. Two years ago at the first Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) dedicated to Longhorn, Microsoft officials showed how Microsoft planned to support Really Simple Syndication (RSS) in Longhorn.

 

On Friday, the Redmond, Wash., software mogul is set to provide an update on its plans for baking RSS into Longhorn. Microsoft is expected to take the wraps off its updated strategy at the Gnomedex conference, which kicks of in Seattle tomorrow.

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Exciting stuff in the world of RSS and Longhorn. But do you notice as Microsoft continues to take out stuff of Longhorn, the more they are adding? And its sensible stuff that will add more value to Windows and make the experience for the end user more positive going forward.

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