Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Apr 2011 22:12 UTC, submitted by cnkt
Windows It looks like Microsoft's "shhh... let's not leak our hard work" plea to Windows 8 testers has fallen on deaf ears, as an early development milestone of Windows 8 was leaked in the wild. The shots are remarkably boring, since it looks exactly like Windows 7. Duh.
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new features
by cnkt on Wed 13th Apr 2011 23:05 UTC
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i think i can say some words because, well i tested it.

some new features are missing because this build is from September 2010. We got the almost every build of Windows 7 when it was 2008 but things are changed.

And some features are hidden (remember Windows Superbar from 2008) because they are not fully implemented.

But as you can see in screenshot, there are some new tools like language explorer, system cleanup tool and windows live userbar.

and some more good news. microsoft is making a "most needed aero capabilites enabled theme with lower requirements" or "aero lite".

i think we can get a more new build by may.

by the way: sorry for my english.

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RE: new features
by Tuishimi on Thu 14th Apr 2011 14:26 in reply to "new features"
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Your English is better than mine, and it's my native tongue.

Anyway, looking forward to the beta next fall. Sounds like some great new features in the pipe. Windows 7 was good enough that I did not mind switching to it from OS X (originally for curiosity, but work is a "Windows Shop" and anytime I hit some incompatibility, the tech dept. gave me grief about it) and have been with it since the beta version came out.

I imagine 8 will be another solid leap.

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