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February CTP Build 5308.17

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mkrgoede    0

Tomorrow ( Tuesday 21 February ) Microsoft will launch their next CTP. The build number will be build 5308.11

Sow how I am very exited about this new build and expect a lot of cool new things...

Lets see if they have created a great new build....

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FPS Wolverine    0

Do you know at "about" what time? Morning, Night? And EST?

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Simplicity    0

Do we know anything about this build?

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FPS Wolverine    0

Yes. It has over 1,000 bugs fixed, and the performance is supposed to be much more improved.

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johndotcom83    4

source?

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jimbo11883    1

Can someone confirm this? :)

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kiall    0

Can someone confirm this? :)

sends creamhacked/batman signal into the dark sky :laugh:

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+John.    1,395

sends creamhacked/batman signal into the dark sky :laugh:

"Golly Creamhacked, look! some news that needs validating! Quickly, to the CreamMobile!!" :p

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MrBear5587    12

I certainly hope so :)

Can't wait.

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FPS Wolverine    0

What do you mean sources for? That It's being released tommorow? Or...? I'll post the sources to whatever you guys want. It's not breaking the NDA btw.

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null_    4

"Golly Creamhacked, look! some news that needs validating! Quickly, to the CreamMobile!!" :p

That sounds so wrong...

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FPS Wolverine    0

I'll confirm this: Feb CTP will be released tommorow (2PM-3PM EST) most likely. This was announced by Jonathan (Program Manager) in the NGs:

The Feb CTP build will be available on Feb 21th instead of Feb 17th. The

release slipped for a few days.

Thank you for your support and your interest in our product!

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MrBear5587    12

Anyone know what 2-3PM EST is in GMT?

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+John.    1,395

That sounds so wrong...

My god :| it does a bit :blink: lol whoops

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kiall    0

My god :| it does a bit :blink: lol whoops

better than calling it the creamster

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eminem213486    0

Vista February CTP: Bets Are on Build No. 5308

While Microsoft officials had told its core of elite beta testers to expect the next Windows Vista milestone on Tuesday, February 21, it now looks as Microsoft is now planning on delivering the code later in the week. Our sources are saying Vista Build 5308 will likely be christened the February Community Technology Preview (CTP). And it's now sounding like testers will be able to start playing with that build on Friday or Saturday. Microsoft, for its part, isn't talking publicly about its CTP plans, other than to maintain the next test build will be ready in this calendar quarter.

http://www.microsoft-watch.com/

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jimbo12141    0

sounds good, to bad im not a beta teste for vista, but ill be ready for the beta 2 PL

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NienorGT    18
Vista February CTP: Bets Are on Build No. 5308

While Microsoft officials had told its core of elite beta testers to expect the next Windows Vista milestone on Tuesday, February 21, it now looks as Microsoft is now planning on delivering the code later in the week. Our sources are saying Vista Build 5308 will likely be christened the February Community Technology Preview (CTP). And it's now sounding like testers will be able to start playing with that build on Friday or Saturday. Microsoft, for its part, isn't talking publicly about its CTP plans, other than to maintain the next test build will be ready in this calendar quarter.

http://www.microsoft-watch.com/

Thanks for the confirmation :happy:

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TheNay    1

Vista February CTP: Bets Are on Build No. 5308

While Microsoft officials had told its core of elite beta testers to expect the next Windows Vista milestone on Tuesday, February 21, it now looks as Microsoft is now planning on delivering the code later in the week. Our sources are saying Vista Build 5308 will likely be christened the February Community Technology Preview (CTP). And it's now sounding like testers will be able to start playing with that build on Friday or Saturday. Microsoft, for its part, isn't talking publicly about its CTP plans, other than to maintain the next test build will be ready in this calendar quarter.

http://www.microsoft-watch.com/

Thanks, i'm glad some posted something credible :)

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_I am Reptar    35

:shifty: sounds good

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Alladaskill17    181

woohoo 5308.11 YAY!

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camesenin    0

SOUND VERY GOOD, I LIKED :):):)

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am7    0

nice! Ill be on connect around 3:30 and hope it appears.

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FPS Wolverine    0

nice! Ill be on connect around 3:30 and hope it appears.

So who thinks tommorow, or fri-sat?

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Greasy    0

Even if it comes out tomorrow it will probably be Fri or Sat before us MSDN folks get it. :shiftyninja:

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