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Microsoft Vista stumbles at top digital show

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MIKE SIEVERT, Corporate VP of Microsoft Client Marketing spoke here at Digital Life about how the market has moved from early adopters to the mainstream market place.

But a bug interrupted his encomium, or songs of praise.

Mike went through the improved search function – including how the search is now part of the task bar and is contextual and will search the entire network. In what has become a Microsoft tradition, the demo did not go off without a hitch. A search for "desktop" and "wallpaper" returned no results under the control panel. Whoops.

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