Screenshots of D9 conference leaked Windows 8 (build 7989)

Screenshots of D9 conference leaked Windows 8 (build 7989)

Summary: Remember the preview of Windows 8 at the D9 conference in Taipei? It's been leaked to the web, at long last.

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  • The History Vault allows you to roll back to previous versions of documents -- similar to that of the Mac OS X Time Machine.

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    To see a list of known features to date, head over here. For more Windows 8 coverage, visit Mary Jo Foley's "All About Microsoft" column.

  • Enabling History Vault is easy. While you can naturally back up to an external device, you can also use the hard drive that your operating system is installed on.

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    To see a list of known features to date, head over here. For more Windows 8 coverage, visit Mary Jo Foley's "All About Microsoft" column.

  • The options show that files can be checked for changes every hour for as long as necessary.

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    To see a list of known features to date, head over here. For more Windows 8 coverage, visit Mary Jo Foley's "All About Microsoft" column.

Topics: Operating Systems, Microsoft, Software, Windows

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  • RE: Screenshots of D9 conference leaked Windows 8 (build 7989)

    Interesting, but the value is?
    alkolkin@...
  • RE: Screenshots of D9 conference leaked Windows 8 (build 7989)

    You can tell that the first screenshot is fake by the layout and the paypal applet. It is the rainmeter skin "Omnino". All other screens are real however. Currently in the leaked build 7989, the "Immersive UI" is broken due to a missing dll file (most likely on purpose by Microsoft).
    mattweihl
  • That is the perfect OS

    for running a restaurant or cafeteria.

    It's official. Microsoft has now technically jumped the shark.

    I'll be using a Linux variant very soon.
    jck