The Register is reporting that Windows 2000 may go gold"released to manufacturing"today. Now, sometimes the Register reports things a bit prematurely, but having played with the beta and RC versions of Win2K Professional, this report seems quite plausible. (Saw this one by way to the OCP.) If the OS does go to manufacturing today, there will be quite a gap between the code freeze and the official OS launch in mid-February.
Update: Yep, MS has announced it. It's done.
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