Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 25th Mar 2006 18:57 UTC, submitted by Gsurface
Windows Microsoft has released an interim build of Windows Vista, Build 5342, today to a select group of testers. This is the first build to come with the 'real' Aero Glass: fully scalable vector based transparencies that take advantage of pixel shading. The previous builds contained Aero Express and Aero Express with transparancy, not the real Aero Glass. Other notable improvements: a complete firewall, support for Pocket PC 2000, 2002, and 2003 synchronization, and more. Flexbeta has screenshots, but Flexbeta seems pretty down to me at the moment.
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RE[2]: Not just GUI - 60% Code
by dikatlon on Sat 25th Mar 2006 22:46 UTC in reply to "RE: Not just GUI - 60% Code"
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People are so tired of those "We put a lot of stuff under the hood to be sharpened and better - safier then ever"; So nowadays the business trick is; "Weeell we have 3d accelerated gui - it make you work better!"

Sry that's the way it is ;)

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That's great if they are "tired" of it. That's their problem. There are tons of changes under the hood and a change in look&feel as well. If people can't accept reality, that's tough.

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