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Target date of Windows 2000 production release

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Does anybody know the official target date of Windows 2000 production release ?
If you know, where is the source of your info ?

Thanks,

Mike
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I have heard October 6th. I read this date about a month and a half ago from a news site. I forget which, but probably either news.com or betanews.com
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Hi, aliebrah,

Sorry for the delay. I haven't come back for a while. Thanks for your help.

Mike

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