Longhorn Screenshots Roundup


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Was bored and looking around for old/past screenshots of Longhorn to see how longhorn has evolved along the way of development. Found this and edited it specially for neowin. ;)

Longhorn Build 3663 Screenshots

Longhorn Build 3683 Screenshots

Longhorn Build 3718 Screenshots

Longhorn Build 4008 Screenshots

Longhorn Build 4015 Screenshots

Longhorn Build 4029 Screenshots

PDC 2003 Demo: Longhorn Build 4050 Screenshots

PDC 2003: Longhorn Build 4051 Screenshots

Longhorn Build 4053 Screenshots

WinHEC 2004 Demo: Longhorn Build 4067 Screenshots

WinHEC 2004: Longhorn Build 4074 Screenshots

Windows Longhorn 4083 Screenshots

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(Original Source: Next L3vel via iexbeta.com)

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It seems like there havent been any new builds in a while or is it just me. They were busy with XP SP2 but I think they would've resumed development by now. I've only ran one build of LH and it was quite some time ago... it was Bugggyyyy :pinch:

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It seems like there havent been any new builds in a while or is it just me. They were busy with XP SP2 but I think they would've resumed development by now. I've only ran one build of LH and it was quite some time ago... it was Bugggyyyy  :pinch:

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Microsoft's development with Longhorn is constant and full force. It was not 'paused' for SP2.. those are two separate development teams. Microsoft hasn't released a build recently to MSDN nor has one leaked. Lack of external knowledge does not mean that developed is dead... far from it.

Of course Longhorn is buggy! Its not even in beta yet.

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looks like something that could EASILY be done with WindowBlinds and whatnot, but why bother, that windowblind thing screwed up my computer. Anyhoo, it looks cool, but does it do anything other than show off? I wanna see some pizzazz...

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I have some old shots on old Bink.nu, when it was still WindowsXP.nu.

WindowsXP.nu was at the time the first to post the wallpaper of LH M3 build.

WindowsXP.nu was the first using the original LH logo

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View the old page: WindowsXP.nu on Longhorn

In those days you had to scroll a lot :p

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