BlackTiger wrote:Annoying guy...
MS lost nothing after his resignment.
Now now, don't resent him for being the smartest man in the world. Someone's gotta do it.
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ChrisA wrote:Is Microsoft going to supply BASH, TCSH or any type of unix type shells? Where is a list of command line commands for core server? cmd.exe is a weak shell and unless enough cli tools are provided to make this thing really useful
Excellent interview, Robert, definitely amongst the best!
BenZilla wrote:I like it, but there is 1 thing I do not like about the UX:
In firefox it has the close tabs all the way to the right, so I can just slam my mouse over and click on it without any hesitation. In I.E. I have to click on the tab itself.
Zeo wrote: Blackcomb is alive and well.....Good to know that the codename of "Blackcomb" hasn't changed! Thanks for the confirmation...hadn't heard that codename being used since early 2004
Zeo: sssshhhhh, but since this video was shot the codename for Blackcomb has indeed changed to Vienna. I haven't gotten the story on this yet, though.
glebd wrote:So where does this leave the Windows search feature available from the Start menu? Would it be better to update that one instead of fragmenting the search feature by introducing another tool?
dpen2000 wrote:green eh? that explains why the xp start button is green I guess.
But hey, cleartype is cool and nice looking but what is it actually? How do you define Cleartype?