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Windows Chicago build 73 is widely known for its start menu button which was just the Windows Logo and has no "START" text. This has widely been speculated to the creation of the Vista Orb buttons (which also feature the logo) in [[Windows Vista]] and [[Windows 7]]. There is an edited version by [[KenOath]] called Windows Chicago build 73 (no g) that features the floppy boot up disk on the CD.
 
Windows Chicago build 73 is widely known for its start menu button which was just the Windows Logo and has no "START" text. This has widely been speculated to the creation of the Vista Orb buttons (which also feature the logo) in [[Windows Vista]] and [[Windows 7]]. There is an edited version by [[KenOath]] called Windows Chicago build 73 (no g) that features the floppy boot up disk on the CD.

Revision as of 12:30, 21 March 2010

Windows Chicago build 73 is widely known for its start menu button which was just the Windows Logo and has no "START" text. This has widely been speculated to the creation of the Vista Orb buttons (which also feature the logo) in Windows Vista and Windows 7. There is an edited version by KenOath called Windows Chicago build 73 (no g) that features the floppy boot up disk on the CD.