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 PostPost subject: Windows 7 Build 6936 Screenshots        Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 2:46 am 
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The good folks over at Winfuture have got a set of new screens from Build 6936...you can see them here:

http://winfuture.de/screenshots/Windows ... 633-1.html

Hope it leaks (I know its unlikely, but a guy can hope can't he?) :)


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 2:59 am 
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I don't think there are much difference from 6933or 6801.
I hope this build leaks, too.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 3:18 am 
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Hmm, that previews looks a little bit undone to me...
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Interesting this maybe the beta Microsoft is referring to in Mid-December.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 3:27 am 
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Interesting this maybe the beta Microsoft is referring to in Mid-December.
Of course it's not. For one thing, it's got the full build tag visible on the desktop - for another, they wouldn't give us this old of a build, nor this obviously incomplete of a build. This is an unimportant build that you weren't meant to see.


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I don't think there are much difference from 6933or 6801.
I hope this build leaks, too.

Winfuture.de don't leak stuff, most likely another TAP build.


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I wonder whats with the fish wallpaper in the first screenshot...


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khw0726 wrote:
I don't think there are much difference from 6933or 6801.
I hope this build leaks, too.

1)This build is a world apart from 6801, and I doubt there is a big difference from 6933
2) Don't we all?


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This is a bit offtopic, but why can't I save images in WinFuture.de?

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This is a bit offtopic, but why can't I save images in WinFuture.de?

They don't want you to.


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This is a bit offtopic, but why can't I save images in WinFuture.de?

They don't want you to.


But you can save them, it's easy.

Just click the image, and hold it, move you're mouse still clicked to the desktop, done.
But for people who are to lazy:

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Also upload to my Screenshots Gallery.

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@Andy, you can also add them here in the gallery.

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are we sure these arnt just screenshots of a relabeled 6933?


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 5:33 pm 
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Really nice build :) Not much different form PDC though


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 5:35 pm 
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Emir214 wrote:
This is a bit offtopic, but why can't I save images in WinFuture.de?

In Firefox you can "disable the disabling" of context menus: Tools->Options->Content->Advanced (next to JavaScript)


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I've used a combination of DownloadThemAll!: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/201
and Firefusk: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2087

to download images from them in the past.


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if your on firefox just go to tools>page info and select the second tab labled media, there you can get anything from flash to background images with a click.


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I like Windows 7's desktop, specially the new task bar :)


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Windows 7 looks like a really worthy upgrade, much more so for the average user than Vista. Vista laid the foundation but did very little with it, 7 otoh doesn't add much to the foundation but is a major UX overhaul. First time we've seen any major changes in the basic UI since Win95 basically. And no, taskbar thumbnails and flip3d doesn't count. :P


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Oh wow, the GUI looks great! I wonder if Microsoft will take away the classic look in Win7......


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rws7 wrote:
Oh wow, the GUI looks great! I wonder if Microsoft will take away the classic look in Win7......


you mean the thing people who don't have good enough computers use;) i hope they keep it for the sake of my laptops gpu


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Oh wow, the GUI looks great! I wonder if Microsoft will take away the classic look in Win7......

They might, but I doubt they will do that in the cheapest version of Windows 7. I also doubt they will remove the classic theme because some people enjoy Windows 95 or 2000 too much...

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I think they'll keep the classic theme in there for things such as remote desktop connections and safe mode.

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I think they'll keep the classic theme in there for things such as remote desktop connections and safe mode.


I think they'll keep it because they'll get flamed by everyone for removing it.




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I am not impressed by what I have seen in Windows 7 so far. I think Vista has a much better appeal so far. I know it is still early, but it looks almost like a mixture of Windows 3.11 (with a program manager) built into the taskbar of Vista. I think Microsoft should take a look at some of the Windows Concepts out there.

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I am not impressed by what I have seen in Windows 7 so far. I think Vista has a much better appeal so far. I know it is still early, but it looks almost like a mixture of Windows 3.11 (with a program manager) built into the taskbar of Vista. I think Microsoft should take a look at some of the Windows Concepts out there.

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Have you used the build? I'd agree that the UI is still far from amazing (though I'd suggest MS look through it's own concepts rather than other peoples, MS have had some talented people working on UI concepts, I'm sure there's stuff that looks even better than the Longhorn ideas we've seen), but 7's UI works better than it looks. Using it is a huge improvement, even if initially it doesn't look that much better.

Not to mention sooner or later, the themers will take up 7, and there'll no doubt be a number of better-looking themes.

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