Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 11th Nov 2005 00:53 UTC, submitted by Mr. Tan
Windows Sources at the company told Paul Thurrott this week that Microsoft will soon delay the release of Windows Vista Beta 2 from December 7, 2005 to sometime in January or February 2006. However, because the Vista development schedule is extremely time constrained, the company will try and make up lost time by eliminating one of the planned release candidate (RC) milestones that were planned for later in the process.
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RE: Broken design? Got proof?
by miro on Fri 11th Nov 2005 13:07 UTC
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2005-07-13

Your lame arguments based on typos are not just unfriendly but also childish, please stop. The win32 api has been designed to deal with access and permissions in mind. All functions that provide access to an object have a lpSecurity parameter. In win95 this was always set to NULL which translates to default user access in NT4 and above (been a while might be a bit different). This is called FORWARD COMPATIBILITY, repeat 3x. Also the FAT never supported ownership and it DOES NOT on linux and nowhere else, NTFS does. I'm not a ms fanboy and I never was. Please next time give details if you want to argue and stop playing with words.

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