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Friday, July 29, 2005 Vista | Now that the beta versions of Vista and IE7 are out in the hands of MSDN subscribers, find screenshots and an early review here ]
I know experts in UI design would have toiled hard on this, but I do hope Windows novices havent been ignored in the process. Still too early to pass comments.
Start Menu (no more tree views)
Virtual Folders (XML pointers to real folders)
Parental Control (supposed to creep into XBox 360 as well)
Aside | Phillip Torrone's how-to: Auxiliary Display using Konfabulator (feature support in Vista) posted by pradeep | Permalink | (8)
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By 2:08 PM, at
can't agree more with hellboy.
By 3:40 PM, at
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I echo the above two here. My one stop shop too. By far, my favorite blog among known people with the most info.
Thanks Ranga. Glad to hear that!
Good link. Coincidentially enough, a new optional Windows Media Center update I installed yesterday allows me to scan (wired and wirelessly) for other media receivers (read Xbox, future Xbox 360 and other wireless music devices) to sync up with. I get this feeling that Xbox 360 will be a very synergetic tool from Microsoft, for the good or bad. Already I have a feeling of overdependence on MS. This will only drive it further off the cliff.
Not just a feeling, thats Microsoft's vision too! Why else would a game console be estimated to cost $500?
Xbox360 priced at $300. Nice entry point.