Windows 9 Sneak Peek?

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Windows 9 Sneak Peek?

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An article by a guy we used to know and a place we won't even mention in polite society.
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Woody Leonhart and Windows Secrets
Sneaks a peek at the coming Windows 9 and what some of it's features MAY be. Hopefully, there is some truth to the changes being tested in the latest build. :crossfingers:

Sorry about that. In my rush to get the news out! :sad:
Here it is
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Should there be a link?
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PC Pitstop also wrote about the leak...see here...
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Rudi wrote:PC Pitstop also wrote about the leak...see here...
Here is an eye opener for all the leaks:

Related: Windows 9 could be a free upgrade for Windows XP, Vista, and Win 7 users

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viking33 wrote: Here is an eye opener for all the leaks:

Related: Windows 9 could be a free upgrade for Windows XP, Vista, and Win 7 users
"Could be"? That groundless wishful thinking has been waved around for just about every version of Windows, but it hasn't happened yet. The most you'll ever get out of Microsoft is that if you buy the current version within X days before the new version ships, you get a free upgrade (X = 60 or 90, usually). :bif:

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viking33 wrote:An article by a guy we used to know and a place we won't even mention in polite society.
What I find totally incredible is how little Mr Leonhard has aged in the intervening years. They obviously provide far superior anti-wrinkle cream to their contributors at WS than we get here at Eileen's :crazy:
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They might have superior cosmetics at WS, but here at EL we have the fountain of youth. :cool:
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Rudi wrote:They might have superior cosmetics at WS, but here at EL we have the fountain of youth. :cool:
Ah yes - this one: :hosed:


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Precisely....
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A more recent pic of Woody at What we know about the next versions of Windows.

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Thanks!
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