Windows Blackcomb

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Windows Blackcomb
Version of Microsoft Windows
Codename Blackcomb
Architecture x86
Replaces Windows XP
Windows Longhorn
Windows Server 2003

Blackcomb is a codename of a cancelled version of Microsoft Windows, originally meant to be released in 2002 as a successor to Windows XP.[1][2]


It also exists a supposed presentation of this version from the internet. However, the focus of this demonstration was actually MSN Messenger. As a result, some features never intended for "Blackcomb" have been attributed to it by many news sources.[3]