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what will be the final name of Longhorn?

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acido00    30

I think, maybe is Microsoft Windows 2006

what is your opinion?

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acido00    30

what name would you like it?

:)

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L3thal    2

I doubt it will be named Windows 2006, it is kind of lame. I expect it to follow of routes of having two letters to represent it like XP. Something like Windows RX (Revolutionary eXperience).

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dreamthief    0

windows LH would be nice... sick of those [product name] [year] namings...

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CdCViRus    0

i think Microsoft Windows NG (Next Generation) sounds cool

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twiglet    0

Windows.NET

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carbonfiber    0

Windows RG (Really Good)

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Nexus-    14

I dont know but i thin Windows Server 2003 has a good naming stratagy going for it so

Windows Client 2007 doesnt sound bad neither does

Windows Client 2007 Media center edition or

Windows Client 2007 Home

Professional

Tablet PC edition

I personaly hope they kep that going regardless :yes:

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carbonfiber    0

Windows RG (Really Good)

[edit] drn thing, delete this post please mod [/edit]

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_I am Reptar    35

Windows....

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obs0lete    2

Windows 1337 Edition. heh

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black.ops    0

I prefer the numbers after it...

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AccrdRacer93    0

Windows Silver-S 2007

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Feritas    6

Windows NX

Windows LX

Windows SE

Windows UX

Windows SX

Windows 6000 SUX (Robocop Anyone?) heh

"It's back! Big is back, because bigger is better than ever! 6000 SUX: An American Tradition! (8.7 MPG)"

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+InsaneNutter    1,353

Dunno it might be Windows XP Version 2006 just a guess though

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acido00    30

Windows MAX 2006

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Max    50

Windows Bling.

;)

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hadiz    0

Windows PX? :p

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StaticX    0

Windows LSC

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Feritas    6
Windows Bling.

;)

Damn Skippy. Comes with free diamond studded platinum Windows Logo necklace!

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Michael1406    0

Longhorn sounds better than most suggested here IMO......but I guess it would be good if they continued with the dates instead of XP, ME, NT, etc.

Plus, it will be easier to remember back when Microsoft rule the world in the future and Bill Gates is still alive in the year 3040, cryogenically preserved with an exact replica of him controlling the company (and therefore the world). That way, our great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandchilderen won't have to say "Guess what, Windows TJNGJDBG is out!"

Sure, that took things a bit far but you gotta think of in the long run. :D

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L3thal    2

Windows Millenium Version 2 isn't bad at all. It's a new OS for the millenium.

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mstx    0

neowindows :p

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Guest bartekpl   

Wistler = XP

Longhorn = TX :p

lol

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MrStaticVoid    0

I hate stupid names for different versions of the same product. I hope they name it Windows 6.0 because that's what it is.

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