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Windows 7: Windows 7 Build 7004 :: Leaked Screenshot

29 Dec 2008   #21

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mosimo View Post
I still thnk it's live mesh folders. II think it's more liiekly to be live mesh than some patch for viista. If you are showing screen shots off of a new OS then you don't really want to change loads of stuff then screenshot it.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DiamondNRG View Post
Maybe they contacted him about the icons? I think I saw them long before Live Mesh existed. Perhaps they chose to use them in that too?
Exactly - I remember seeing these back when Longhorn was not even available...

And My apologies to Everaldo Coelho - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia for misspelling his name....

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by NormCameron View Post
I thought it was that 7004 used Photoshop

Me too, Norm - me too.

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