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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Microsoft Roadmap Revealed True Release Dates

One of the Dutch developers has stumbled across a Microsoft roadmap and announced that it indicated that the next version of Microsoft Office would not ship until the first quarter of the next year.

Maarten Visser, the Chief Executive Officer of Meetroo, has found the roadmap when he clicked on a link published on Microsoft’s Dutch site – it turned out that the PDF file wasn’t password protected. He posted the data he found in a YouTube video – it appeared to be quite interesting for him because his firm was building SharePoint apps and the release date of SharePoint 15 was very important for him.

Actually, there wasn’t much in the roadmap that wasn’t already known: it confirmed that Vole would release a public beta of Office along with betas of supporting products such as SharePoint and Exchange. However, it seems that the suite’s final release won’t see the light of day until the 1st quarter of 2013. That’s what doesn’t tally with what the software giant has been saying earlier. In case you accept the roadmap, the Office beta is marked as smack-dab between the 3rd and 4th quarters.

Meanwhile, Microsoft hasn’t yet officially revealed a timetable for Office, but a few months ago Office group executive promised that everyone would have a chance to try the Office 15 public beta in summer 2012. One more section of the roadmap showed timelines for Windows, Internet Explorer 10, and Windows Phone. As for Windows 8, its schedule only showed last September’s Developer Preview marked, while Windows Server 8 was labeled “Historical Release Cadence” lasting from the middle of the current year through early 2013. Finally, Internet Explorer 10’s launch was marked as somewhere in the second half of 2012. 

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