has a story analyzing the causes of Microsoft’s well-publicized profit warning (their profits are still going to be through the roof, just a bit off expectations). One big problem is slow movement toward Windows 2000 and Office 2000. I haven’t upgraded to Office 2000 at home because I have it at work, and it offers absolutely nothing that I’ll use that isn’t already in Office 97. I’ve avoided moving from Windows NT 4 to Windows 2000 at work because I don’t want to risk the nonproductivity that upgrading my operating system might potentially cause.