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It seems that The Register's take on W2000 being delayed until next year has got big stout running legs. (Story: Gates hints Win2k shipment will slip to next year) One of our friendly readers who seems to have inside knowledge of said plans but wants to keep his job, is claiming that a target launch date has been set for the end of January. He wrote: "On the completely hush-hush, plans are already being made for a full-blown Win2000 launch on Superbowl Sunday in late January. By then, it should already be in the channel, but the full (what they are calling "balloons and t-shirts") launch will be either Superbowl Sunday or early February." Oops again, if true... ®

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