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 Apr 13, 2005 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* MS / Tiger compatibility

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Microsoft's letting loose with news that its Office products should be highly compatible with OSX Tiger's new features.

In addition to Office, they also have news on Virtual PC compatibility:

"Additionally, Microsoft is collaborating with Apple to identify potential issues when running VPC 7.0.1 on Tiger and will conduct final testing upon Tiger's availability," said Microsoft. "Microsoft will release a free update within the next two to three months to address any issues. The update will be available for download from www.microsoft.com/mac.

A Microsoft spokesperson identified virtual switch, zero configuration printing and the dock start menu as potential problem areas for Virtual PC 7.0.1 running on Mac OS X v10.4. "However, we won't know for sure until the team can begin testing final code upon Tiger availability," the spokesperson said.
Interesting stuff - though not so strange that MS is left rather in the dark on final Tiger code.
 

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