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  ActiveWin.com: Longhorn Screenshots
Time: 00:00 EST/05:00 GMT | News Source: ActiveWin.com | Posted By: Robert Stein

Jon has posted 70 screenshots of the Longhorn Build 4074 released at WinHEC. Make sure you check out the last ones.

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#1 By kevn84 (129 Posts) at 6/5/2004 2:54:09 PM
I like the fact that its still pratical looking and not too childish like OS X.

I just hope that the final one alows the user to turn off any thing they dont like

-- MS PLEASE DONT FORGET YOUR POWER USERS!! Dont treat us like children like Apple does

And PLEASE:
tidy up all those unneeded scroll bars and allow users to customize/remeber all column views

Make the size of the window auto scale to the screen rez!!

And while your're at it: make any window able to stay on top as the users chooses.

And if its not already patented by someone else then implement default windows locations so a window can be told to always open at a certain place regardless of where it was last closed or sized

yeah.. that would be great..

yeah..

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#3 By happyguy (387 Posts) at 6/7/2004 9:39:45 AM
Not sure I like the new IE look. Seems to similar to the kiosk software that MS uses for visitor terminals.

#4 By PatriotB6007 (326 Posts) at 6/7/2004 10:47:28 AM
#3: re: windows opening at the same position. This is something that each app has to do on their own. All the apps I program do this. But I agree that it is nice when apps do this, and it would be nice if Windows made it easier for this to happen.

#5 By Byron_Hinson[AW] (2047 Posts) at 6/7/2004 2:49:38 PM
#3 - hmmm not sure what your looking at but OS X certainly looks far from childish, yeah it has some fancy animations, but so does longhorn.

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