Microsoft Launches Windows Marketplace

Created: Wednesday, July 14, 2004, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:07 pm



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Microsoft is working on a new shopping Web site for software, hardware, and peripherals that it plans to advertise in the Windows XP Start Menu and the Internet Explorer Web browser. Called “Windows Marketplace,” the Web site is slated to go live for U.S. Windows users by year’s end, according to Microsoft, which plans to officially announce the online store on Monday at its Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto. More info on PCWorld.com…


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