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[[File:CES20117867.png|thumb|6.2.7867 on a Qualcomm Development Board]]
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|kernel = NT 6.2
 
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'''Windows 8 build 7867''' was shown running on an ARM processor at the CES 2011 in Arizona, USA.
 
'''Windows 8 build 7867''' was shown running on an ARM processor at the CES 2011 in Arizona, USA.
  
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
File:CES2011IntelDevBoard.png|Intel Development System
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CES2011IntelDevBoard.png|Intel Development System
File:CES2011QualcommDevBoard.png|Qualcomm Snapdragon Development System
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CES2011QualcommDevBoard.png|Qualcomm Snapdragon Development System
File:CES2011OMAPDevBoard.png|Texas Instruments OMAP Development System
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CES2011OMAPDevBoard.png|Texas Instruments OMAP Development System
File:CES2011NVidiaDevBoard.png|NVidia Tegra Development System
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CES2011NVidiaDevBoard.png|NVidia Tegra Development System
File:Windows_8_7862.jpg|Old screenshot of 7867 on a Qualcomm Development System
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Windows_8_7862.jpg|Old screenshot of 7867 on a Qualcomm Development System
File:CES2011WordonARM.png|Word on ARM. Of course I can print!
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CES2011WordonARM.png|Word on ARM. Of course I can print!
File:BallmerBeingSilly.png|Ballmer being silly
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BallmerBeingSilly.png|Ballmer being silly
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvzJmRBS84w YouTube - Microsoft CES 2011 Windows OS Announcement]
 
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvzJmRBS84w YouTube - Microsoft CES 2011 Windows OS Announcement]

Latest revision as of 14:18, 23 May 2020

6.2.7867 on a Qualcomm Development Board

Windows 8 build 7867 was shown running on an ARM processor at the CES 2011 in Arizona, USA.

As this build's lab isn't working on new features, but on ARM compatibility, there are only minor changes in the user interface: the window title centered instead of aligned to the left, the caption buttons are slightly bigger than in Windows 7 and an IE 9 build is used instead of IE 8 RTM. The characteristic "User Tile" seen in the older build 7850 isn't present here or disabled and the default wallpaper is one already seen in Windows 7 instead of the blue M1 wallpaper.

Gallery

External Links