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betamaster
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wallpaper from Georgia

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Where i can download this wallpaper :http://georgia.winme.googlepages.com/geo2516.htm

rififi
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Post by rififi »

That's written in the screenshot.
It has been provided in Windows Millenium beta, build 4.90.2516.

You should try to find it in the build 4.90.2513, available on the FTP.

Rififi

KenOath

Post by KenOath »

Funny how the title of the page the wallpaper resides is
"Windows codename Georgia Build 2516 Screenshot"
Yet it clearly states on the wallpaper itself that it's "Codename Millennium".
When will people get it, Georgia it never was.

I just upped the jpeg of it to the Millennium 2513 folder
in the screenshots section...
I also have a 2.3mb bitmap of it....
Last edited by KenOath on Tue Jan 15, 2008 2:34 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Namronia

Post by Namronia »

and? there were many
codenames well never
see... i think for example
of "quattro", windows home
server, has anybody a
build called quattro?

i dont have, but i know
it was....

that were just internal
codenames i think,
i dont think any build
was called "georgia", but
ms developers called
it this while developing
perhaps..


"Hey bill, Bring me the Georgia Source code please!"

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Post by empireum »

Namronia wrote:and? there were many
codenames well never
see... i think for example
of "quattro", windows home
server, has anybody a
build called quattro?

i dont have, but i know
it was....

that were just internal
codenames i think,
i dont think any build
was called "georgia", but
ms developers called
it this while developing
perhaps..


"Hey bill, Bring me the Georgia Source code please!"
I doubt they'd have two code names for one single project. I've never ever seen a ME build called Georgia & the genuine CDs I have here all say Millennium, so does the system.

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Post by Daniel »

empireum wrote:
Namronia wrote:and? there were many
codenames well never
see... i think for example
of "quattro", windows home
server, has anybody a
build called quattro?

i dont have, but i know
it was....

that were just internal
codenames i think,
i dont think any build
was called "georgia", but
ms developers called
it this while developing
perhaps..


"Hey bill, Bring me the Georgia Source code please!"
I doubt they'd have two code names for one single project. I've never ever seen a ME build called Georgia & the genuine CDs I have here all say Millennium, so does the system.
Windows Server 2003 had also more than one codename. First it was called "Whistler Server", then "Windows XP Server" and "Windows .NET Server". The only difference to Georgia is, that they were Builds which were called so. But this is the same like Codename Nashville... I haven't seen any Build which says Nashville, only Builds which say Windows 95 or Windows 96.

*EDIT*

And I don't think, when Windows 7 will be released, that we will ever see a build called "Blackcomb" or "Vienna", although it was the codename.

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Post by mdogg »

Most Microsoft products that have codenames also have preliminary names

e.g. Windows 98's codename was Memphis and preliminary name was Windows 97 hence why Office 97 was named 97

e.g.2. Windows Nashville's codename was Nashville but the preliminary name was Windows 96.

I think the codenames are internal and the preliminary names are printed on the CD and build and stuff (well there's some sort of reason why Microsoft made all these codenames and preliminary names. Bill Gates may be dumb at some things but most things he does, he does for a reason).

Edit: Micro$haft changed to Microsoft
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Post by happy dude »

mdogg wrote:Most Micro$haft products that have codenames also have preliminary names
Please, don't mess up the word 'Microsoft'. It doesnt make you look cool and it isnt building up your reputation.

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