WBHoenig

Windows "Vienna"

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In my oppionion, vienna is going to pick up were microsoft screwed up in vista. Vista seemed to primarily take a dive and is still going down the drain since its release, most people are sticking with xp. I think vienna is going to be microsofts attempt to "fix" it.

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no, Win7 will be build up on top of the Vista Sp1 kernel. Vista s the right way and MS continues this way with Win7 ;)

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From what I have read it seems that Windows 7 (Vienna) will have many of features that are featured in Vista like the GUI but all the securtity cr*p like UAC will be removed. Why they just didnt overhaul XP in the first place I don't know they could have just pimped up the GUI and made it DirectX10 compatable (as well as other tweaks) and theres their new OS without upsetting every man and his **** dog!!!

Me personally im not holding my breathe with Windows 7 since MS made such a cock up with Vista but having said that though here's hoping kinda thing :D

Stoner81

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no, Win7 will be build up on top of the Vista Sp1 kernel. Vista s the right way and MS continues this way with Win7 ;)

Actually, Win7 will have a brand new kernel.

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@nitroshift

no, 7 doesn't include a new kernel

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Win7's kernel will be an updated version of the Vista kernel.

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@ MagicAndre1981

Win7's kernel will be an updated version of the Vista kernel.

:P

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that's what I've said :P

I said it's an updated kernel, you said it will be a "brand new" one :P :P :P

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