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What is the version number of the new Windows?

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Hey! Could anybody tell me that the version number is of the new windows?

 

Cheers!

 

EMail me on lcfcrthebest@hotmail.co.uk

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Windows Vista Beta 2 is build 5384

but there is a new build 5456 that came out just a few days ago...

 

see http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/winvi..._gallery_01.asp

 

The Vista Beta 2 5384 was available to the general public but have since stopped. 5456 is a CTP build and only available for windows connect participants who had enrolled in the Vista beta testing and are lucky enough to get chosen for testing from build to build. Its also available for IT professionals MSDN members and pilot project managers who have partnerships with the Vista beta programs, specifically software and driver programmers.

RC1 could possible be out by the end of July, but doubtful.

 

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