WinFS in year 2012?

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roman modic

Hello!

"Microsoft Moves Forward on Post Vista Windows OSes"
http://www.itjungle.com/two/two021407-story01.html
And then there's the Windows File System (WinFS),
which Microsoft is still working on. Whether or not
Microsoft will have WinFS ready for business in just
two and a half years is unknown. At first blush, that
would appear to be an aggressive timeframe. But
then again, it was supposed to have already been
done by now.
Chances seem good that WinFS will be slated for
the post-Vienna release of Windows, which some
people have speculated will be the next major
release of Windows after Vista, and will be bigger
than Vienna. That release, which Microsoft also
hasn't publicly named, is reportedly due two years
after Vienna.

"Microsoft: no announced plans for Windows in 2009 "
http://arstechnica.com/journals/microsoft.ars/2007/2/13/7037


Cheers, Roman
 

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Daniel A. Kornev [MSFT]

Hello Roman,

As of now, the project is closed. Currently, Integrated Storage Strategy is
realized by including FILESTREAM support into KatMai, Entity Framework into
ADO.NET vNext, and ADO.NET Synchronization Services. It is not clear at this
time would be there any new project like WinFS was.
--
Daniel Kornev [MSFT]
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


"roman modic" wrote:

> Hello!
>
> "Microsoft Moves Forward on Post Vista Windows OSes"
> http://www.itjungle.com/two/two021407-story01.html
>
> And then there's the Windows File System (WinFS),
> which Microsoft is still working on. Whether or not
> Microsoft will have WinFS ready for business in just
> two and a half years is unknown. At first blush, that
> would appear to be an aggressive timeframe. But
> then again, it was supposed to have already been
> done by now.
> Chances seem good that WinFS will be slated for
> the post-Vienna release of Windows, which some
> people have speculated will be the next major
> release of Windows after Vista, and will be bigger
> than Vienna. That release, which Microsoft also
> hasn't publicly named, is reportedly due two years
> after Vienna.
>
>
> "Microsoft: no announced plans for Windows in 2009 "
> http://arstechnica.com/journals/microsoft.ars/2007/2/13/7037
>
>
> Cheers, Roman
>
>
>
 

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