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Windows 7: 9 changes from Win 7 7068 to 7077

10 Apr 2009   #21
PotatoMan83

 

yes Grim I asked that same thing earlier..the file is almost 200mb smaller..which to me says that there were (A) files removed (B) files compressed (C) Drivers updated and cut down. Id love to know for sure though.

As far as I can tell running 7077, I have run into absolutely no problems. no more WEI errors, no more freezing, absolutely no problem upgrading from 7068 (it was flawless) and I did not have to do any tweaks to make the Login Picture trick work. It is as if to me, they have come to a point where I think we are ready for go.


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11 Apr 2009   #22

7600.20510 x86
 
 

I keep thinking that possibly the shorter file size is due to debugging code being removed.
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11 Apr 2009   #23

Dual Boot: Vista HP x86 SP2 + W7 x64 RC 7100
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by torrentg View Post
I keep thinking that possibly the shorter file size is due to debugging code being removed.
++1

You beat me to it.
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11 Apr 2009   #24

XP Pro, Windows 7 Ultimate 64 & 32 Build 7022
 
 

Me likes so far.
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11 Apr 2009   #25

Windows 7 Build 7077 x64
 
 

Wait a minute, no more 100mb partition? =[ But that recovery partition was so useful!
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11 Apr 2009   #26

Windows 2000
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by napilopez View Post
Wait a minute, no more 100mb partition? =[ But that recovery partition was so useful!
Is that a recovery partition for purposes of making a good install, or do you mean the normal recovery partition after you install the OS and you set a recovery point?

I thought you can create a recovery file in drive c: itself, or D: or any drive for that matter?
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11 Apr 2009   #27

windows7
 
 

I am still use 7000 version. it's the most stablize version which I think.
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11 Apr 2009   #28

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pogi View Post
Is that a recovery partition for purposes of making a good install, or do you mean the normal recovery partition after you install the OS and you set a recovery point?

I thought you can create a recovery file in drive c: itself, or D: or any drive for that matter?
The recovery partition if for when you need to do a repair install and has nothing to do with the standard system recovery. This option only shows itself when you delete the partition & re activate instead of just formatting.
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11 Apr 2009   #29

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Was the "shop for music online" when right clicking on a music folder in the previous builds or is it new?


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11 Apr 2009   #30

7068 64 bit + XP Pro
 
 

I would be very surprised if anyone cares a real lot , mate .
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