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Longhorn M7.2 "Conference in a box"

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    jeffsand

    The WinHEC build of the Longhorn Community Technical Preview offers developers an early look at Longhorn.

    Check out the Conference in box that will help you understand the new functionality available in this update of Longhorn and why it is important.

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    Skriker V1.0

    Where can we see more demos of this build?

    Iain

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    dikatlon

    I made a release list of the builds that has been compiled and known for everybody:


    Check it out at http://www.openzource.org/Longhorn-releases.jpg

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    lars

    I don't believe all these "leaks" for a second. Along with quite a few other things. There is no spoon.

    /Lars.

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    dikatlon

    Okej, yeah maybe...why don't you believe on these leaks?


    [Message in swedish only for Lars]
    Tjena lars...trevligt med att träffa en svensk lite då och då. Varför tror du inte på att dessa verisioner blivit släppta för public..

    Vad menar du med "no spoon"?

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    lars

    Things are not always what they look like.

    /Lars.

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    dikatlon

    Hmm...yes it's true; but I think that these Longhorn builds are true...
    I know things is not going to look like these in the end build...
    It's just for developers that can take a look at the new API:s that is dealed in Longhorn; and take part of making Avalon based software...
    Xaml and etc....

    But are you certain about that the all these
    Longhorn builds has been tested by Paul Thurrot at his website:
    www.winsupersite.com.

    Check for the reviews here: http://www.winsupersite.com/reviews/

    And this was the first Longhorn Review:
    http://www.winsupersite.com/reviews/longhorn_alpha.asp

    This is a coute from the site:
    "Longhorn is now considered a major Windows release by Microsoft, and early alpha builds are now testing at the company's Redmond campus. Last month, some of those builds leaked to the Internet, causing a stir in the Windows enthusiast community. I take a look at one of those builds here."

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    lars

    I'm sure those builds are out there. I just think someone left the door open on purpose.

    /Lars.

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    dikatlon

    That is what I think to..
    But why do you think.
    Are these coders at Microsoft want to know the public toughts?

    We can just speculate; aight?

    Oh anyway what do you think about the site I am coding for a school?
    http://bjurb.openzource.org

    I got a question also!

    Can I use these Xp theme icons that I use on the school site, is it legal to do that?
    Can somebody answer that

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