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Windows 7 Build 7048 Does Not Yet Exist

Joined: Aug 2, 2000 Messages: 29,090 Date Posted: Feb 19, 2009 #15 Ars, as usual, did their diligent follow-up: Rumor smash: Windows 7 build 7048 does not yet exist lmn8r, it is dangerous to use RegEdit.. That didn't really answer his question. 7048 is probably just a numerical increment, and the reason why not every released build is +1 of a previous released build is that sometimes Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website CommentYou may use these HTML tags and attributes:

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But that's just a guess. I think this forum speaks volumes as far as that goes. But that's just a guess. It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program.

Full... WinFuture.de claims that an RC1 build (might be 7048, but not necessarily) will be released privately sometime around February 27, 2009. To post a message, join us or sign in.Windows 7 Windows 7 build 7048 DOES EXIST chek screenshot and info.. Joined: Aug 2, 2000 Messages: 29,090 Date Posted: Feb 19, 2009 #14 chris_conway said: How do they come up with the version numbers?

  1. Since it is an interim build, it's not surprising that the screenshot shows the build expiring on July 2, 2009 (a date that seems to be a typical expiration date for
  2. is anyone's copy THAT close to an RC1 do you feel?
  3. But I'm pretty sure that some "protweaker" will be able to modify the dll's so we can still customize it.
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Versions aren't always based build count, infact its discouraged and epoch is more common. Plasticizer. In the early stages of starting Windows, the system needs to be locked down and execute along a very carefully monitored and known state as tools such as firewalls and anti-virus At the time of the original post in this thread, 7048 did not exist.

I'm asked this question every time there's a new build out and I see it asked on forums, too. Well that all the info i could get about the build 7048 i trust this source cause they were the ones that gave me build 7022 and beleive me im full Vista News windows 7 screenshotshttp://whatsnext.ru/e107_plugins/autogallery/autogallery.php?show=Windows%207%2F1.Build%206519.winmain.071220-1525 ... http://www.vistax64.com/vista-news/211612-build-7048-confirmed-windows-7-rc1-february-27-a.html Plasticizer.

MSDN and TechNet subscribers, participants of the Technology Adopters Program (TAP), and beta testers signed up on Microsoft Connect will all be getting this RC1 build, though it's not clear whether If this was actually a real build number, then: "7048.winmain_win7rc1.090211-1625" Build #: 7048 Build branch: winmain_win7rc1 Build date (090211): Feb. 11th, 2009 Build time (1625): 4:25PMClick to expand... Usually, the... if you know spanish and you wnat to know more the link of my source is: Code:http://windowseven.wordpress.com #1 Ulverizzed, Feb 23, 2009 Last edited: Mar 2, 2009 Kyle New MemberJoined:Feb 7,

Or do they just pick a random number that is incremental of the previous one. https://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/737880-windows-7-build-7048winmain_win7rc1090211-1625/ This person erased the expiring date and the user name, besides he asked for us to keep his identity even if he didnt gave much personal info hehe. Another screenshot from build 7048 and more info that was the very first screenshot of build 7048 that we suppose it`ll be RC1. According to browser usage statistics from tracking firm Net Applications, IE currently has 67.4 percent of the browser market, while Mozilla Firefox has 21.8 percent, and Apple Safari has 8 percent.

Vista News The Windows 7 build 7000 leak and Microsoft's reactionThis past weekend, Windows 7 build 7000 leaked to torrent sites. http://appsizematters.com/windows-7/windows-7-build-7600-is-not-genuine-help-please.html right click the empty space at the desktop.. Full Story: http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/news/2009/02/build-7048-confirmed-windows-7-rc1-build-on-february-27.ars Last edited by Slimy; 19 Feb 2009 at 12:23. It'd be better if you only had to do it for very specific sorts of changes (anything that modified the windows directory, system settings or registry, and that it required a

General Discussion WLK 1.47048 and Windows 7 build 7048 confirmedhttp://i40.tinypic.com/300z8u9.png Microsoft has sent an invitation to some of the Windows Logo Kit testers to test WLK 1.4.7048 Build Snap.The mail sent at least i try hope youll find it interesting.. My radeon 9600 Series driver is now included and no longer pre-release. 3. weblink Blizzard and Microsoft.

Elitist. As of right now, I'm not at home, so I can't install it yet. Indeed, it is not unusual for Microsoft to add features after beta testing has concluded on a product.

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Geeksmack yesterday reported that it was hearing whisperings of a build 7048, and today I can confirm that their source is indeed correct. MrWiggles3, Feb 19, 2009 sswats Almost Not a Noob Joined: Nov 4, 2000 Messages: 21,436 Date Posted: Feb 19, 2009 #12 Vash6318 said: the issue is that Vista isn't really that Game Releases Anime TV Video GamesSpiritSphere - PC (online) - 24/1/2017Asdivine Hearts - PSV - 11/1/2017Asdivine Hearts - PS4 - 11/1/2017Asdivine Hearts - PS3 - 11/1/2017Space Dragon - PC - 10/1/2017 So we have the following timeline:Timeline:- January 29 : Build 7032 - February 11 : Build 7041- February xx: Build 7048 does not yet exist- February 27, 2009: RC 1 internal

It could be number of weeks or something since some arbitrary start date. Still, however, nothing is a lock until Windows 7 actually ships. "Until we get a real frozen RTM [release], who knows what will ultimately be in there or not," Bajarin said. Usually days since a certain epoch. http://appsizematters.com/windows-7/windows-7-x64-blue-screens-on-a-new-build.html Speculation...

Vista News Build 7048 confirmed, Windows 7 RC1 on February 27?I have confirmed with a Microsoft employee that build 7048 does not yet exist, and that development on the RC branch The incessant Vista hate does not. the issue is that Vista isn't really that problematic, and I guess it takes a relaunch for Microsoft to get people to notice that. Our content is created solely from promotional material and own creations.

The translation goes textualy as this: Through Nacho (vision saturada), him and i (the admins) we have a common Beta-Tester friend, wich recently has give us a screenshot from his desktop, Cheers Jimbo #3 jimbo45, Feb 23, 2009 Radenight New MemberJoined:Nov 16, 2008Messages:4,525Likes Received:108 It's amazing how many people believe these sorts of posts... #4 Radenight, Feb 23, 2009 computernerdsahoy and Useful SearchesRecent Posts Log in Sign up Windows Forum Windows Help and Support Forums > Windows News > Dismiss Notice Welcome to Windows Forums. Period. #11 Kyle, Mar 2, 2009 loathe New MemberJoined:Jan 16, 2009Messages:1,718Likes Received:66 its real alright.

Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Forums Vista News First Windows 7 build 7048 screenshots Who knows? Seriously, it bothers me when people praise Win7 but hate Vista... If this was actually a real build number, then: "7048.winmain_win7rc1.090211-1625" Build #: 7048 Build branch: winmain_win7rc1 Build date (090211): Feb. 11th, 2009 Build time (1625): 4:25PMClick to expand...

Windows 7: Windows 7 build 7048 does not yet exist 19 Feb 2009 #1 scrooge win 7 ( 64 bit) 643 posts Windows 7 build 7048 does not If true, the disable and delete options indicate increasing flexibility by Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) when it comes to users' browser choices. A more competitive browser market? This suggests that Microsoft has finished with beta builds and is now working on the RC1 branch builds.

An open question, however, is what will opening up to third-party browsers do for Microsoft's slowly waning dominance of the browser market.