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 PostPost subject: even more screenshots & videoclips from windows 7 build        Posted: Thu Oct 30, 2008 6:44 pm 
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this is all from build 6933.winmain.081020-1842:

http://neowin.net/news/live/08/10/28/introducing-the-windows-7-ui


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 PostPost subject: Re: even more screenshots & videoclips from windows 7 bu        Posted: Thu Oct 30, 2008 7:20 pm 
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Zepid wrote:
see here:

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http://neowin.net/news/live/08/10/28/introducing-the-windows-7-ui


I thought someone have given this link already, but i'm not sure. Thank you anyway!

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Oct 30, 2008 11:35 pm 
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Windows 7 Build 6933 was shown at PDC 2008, but it was not given out to tester.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Oct 31, 2008 12:16 am 
Pretty cool :)


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:38 pm 
Thanks ! Even if i'm not impressed with this, I can't wait to get windows 7 !


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 1:48 pm 
Thank you. I like the new taskbar and the new built-in apps, like the new WordPad and the new Paint. This will be very-very user-friendly. We can't wait to get it.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 4:41 pm 
bwt wrote:
Thanks ! Even if i'm not impressed with this, I can't wait to get windows 7 !


so agreed

pajricsi wrote:
Thank you. I like the new taskbar and the new built-in apps, like the new WordPad and the new Paint. This will be very-very user-friendly. We can't wait to get it.


looks so good can't wait


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Microsoft is really trying to make everything userfriendly ( looks at office ribbon/ win 7 taskbar, etc)
Love the new style, lets hpe they dont change it that much.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 11:27 pm 
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can anyone tell me why they would give attendees of the conference an old version of the os if they are presenting the new one with a redesigned main point for the user???


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 11:45 pm 
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Maybe when they were preparing all of the material for PDC they only had 6801? Maybe 6933 wasn't stable enough to use or they just didn't feel prepared enough to give it out? Those are the only things I can think of. No one really knows, at least not that I know of.


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Or because the PDC Attendee's were developers, and all they needed was an OS that they could start developing on? Best not give out too much too soon, eh?

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What about WinHEC 2008? Is MS going to give them the same build?


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XDude wrote:
What about WinHEC 2008? Is MS going to give them the same build?


Yes, though probably with different extras (I doubt WinHEC attendees will be as interested in things like Visual Studio 2010 CTP)

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I would much rather see screenies of future builds of Windows 7 or Microsoft Office 14. :D

BTW, howcome hardly anything about Microsoft Office 14 has leaked yet? It seems to me that Microsoft Office 14 will only ship when Windows 7 is in SP1 state and will require either Windows Vista with SP2 or Windows 7 with SP1. The only info I have seen is about a web version of Microsoft Office 14 and it not beign an actual thing like Office 2007. (On Wikipedia I saw a bit of info).

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Notice this Windows 7 build (6801) is NOT a leak. It is a release from MS to developers.
Office 14 was never released, therefore it won't just leak out of no where.


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XDude wrote:
Notice this Windows 7 build (6801) is NOT a leak. It is a release from MS to developers.
Office 14 was never released, therefore it won't just leak out of no where.


i thought if devs gave it to someone it was stilled called a leak. (with my luck and knowledge im probably totally wrong)


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zamadatix wrote:
XDude wrote:
Notice this Windows 7 build (6801) is NOT a leak. It is a release from MS to developers.
Office 14 was never released, therefore it won't just leak out of no where.


i thought if devs gave it to someone it was stilled called a leak. (with my luck and knowledge im probably totally wrong)

Well, in gerneral terms, it's a leak from devlopers, but not a true leak from MS itself.
If you pay money, you can get it from MS.
A real leak is when the build can't be obtain by money, such as obtaining unleak longhorn builds or office 14.

because MS released 6801 to developers, it is for sure going to leak. MS knows that.
All Vista Beta tasesting builds are called leaks by the public, but are actually beta releases for testers.


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