Windows Blue Build 9385 Pictures has been leaked

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I wanna try build 9385 in x64 flavor.
 

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Seems that ReFS will be available for non-boot partitions and non-removable devices.
 

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Build 9385 x86 has been leaked into the web.
 

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[video=youtube;4C4xUe-MXJE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4C4xUe-MXJE#at=36[/video]
 

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Any chance someone can find and post this guys older YouTube reviews of the previous Blue reviews? Everything I see is new but he doesn't go into it and says "that's not new".

What I do see I like so far.
 

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You can also activate build 9385 with the preview keys provided on some sites.
 

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@ goodintentions

I believe so if activated with proper preview keys.
 

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I'm enjoying this. Please keep discussing :)
 

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@ goodintentions

I believe so if activated with proper preview keys.

Hi there
Do not BELIEVE everything you see and read about on the web -- while most of this stuff on a site like this one where we know a lot of the posters who have downloaded and post genuine findings some people who NEVER download and try out the builds just post other people's findings as their own without even veryifying the accuracy.

In any case I'm not sure why you would even bother to want to activate a leaked build -- generally not a good idea -- and if you MUST do it then to those in the know there are numerous ways to do it - so beware of using any keys you find on web sites unless you are 100% sure of their "Provenance". The one given on the usual leaked sites in the torrent description is valid for INSTALL - not ACTIVATION --- also PLEASE RUN FROM A VIRTUAL MACHINE AND ALSO TAKE BACKUPS OF YOUR ORIGINAL SYSTEM.

If you hose up your own systems when running these types of leaked builds don't expect a lot of sympathy in trying to get help to recover your original system.

So as in all things web USE SENSE.

For those that want the build -- direct links of course not allowed but it's in all "the usual places". It's x-86 though.

(It's about time IMO that Ms stopped developing the x-86 version now -- I can't think of ANY machines - even humble netbooks - remember those - available in the last 3 years or so that have been unable to run x-64 software. There comes a point where maintaining legacy systems isn't worth the expense - especially with decent hardware now there isn't any problem in running virtual machines or perhaps even creating as a follow on to Windows 7's XP mode a Windows 8 32 bit mode VM).

Application 32 bit software such as Office will run fine on 64 bit systems.

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(It's about time IMO that Ms stopped developing the x-86 version now -- I can't think of ANY machines - even humble netbooks - remember those - available in the last 3 years or so that have been unable to run x-64 software. There comes a point where maintaining legacy systems isn't worth the expense - especially with decent hardware now there isn't any problem in running virtual machines or perhaps even creating as a follow on to Windows 7's XP mode a Windows 8 32 bit mode VM).

Application 32 bit software such as Office will run fine on 64 bit systems.

Cheers
jimbo

I absolutely don't agree with this. Not every field upgrades as often as companies in the tech industry. I'm an engineer. Half of the engineering companies out there still use xp, fyi. There are programs that we use that haven't been upgraded since they came out. For instance, the computers in our lab that control the test machines are 20-some year old xp machines. They run just fine, so there's absolutely no plan to upgrade them any time soon.
 

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To anyone who has been using/playing with the latest builds, can anyone tell me if the App Store has been improved? Particularly the app update sections. I hate that you get a app update but it doesn't tell you what was updated.
 

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(It's about time IMO that Ms stopped developing the x-86 version now -- I can't think of ANY machines - even humble netbooks - remember those - available in the last 3 years or so that have been unable to run x-64 software. There comes a point where maintaining legacy systems isn't worth the expense - especially with decent hardware now there isn't any problem in running virtual machines or perhaps even creating as a follow on to Windows 7's XP mode a Windows 8 32 bit mode VM).

Application 32 bit software such as Office will run fine on 64 bit systems.

Cheers
jimbo

I absolutely don't agree with this. Not every field upgrades as often as companies in the tech industry. I'm an engineer. Half of the engineering companies out there still use xp, fyi. There are programs that we use that haven't been upgraded since they came out. For instance, the computers in our lab that control the test machines are 20-some year old xp machines. They run just fine, so there's absolutely no plan to upgrade them any time soon.

Hi there
Again you've mis-read my post -- if your stuff runs fine on XP LEAVE IT ON XP. I was suggesting Ms doesn't need to create NEW 32 bit OS'es -- I've a load of expensive engineering stuff that runs just fine on XP and will never be upgraded --original manufacturers long gone out of business.

I don't understand why you have an issue with NEW OS'es being only 64 bit - especially if your legacy hardware runs just fine on its current system -- and with a lot of Engineering type hardware it's usually very expensive to upgrade even if the original manufacturer is still in business so you will have to keep running it on the legacy systems anyway (XP) --although you can run these with decent success on modern machines in a VM.

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(It's about time IMO that Ms stopped developing the x-86 version now -- I can't think of ANY machines - even humble netbooks - remember those - available in the last 3 years or so that have been unable to run x-64 software. There comes a point where maintaining legacy systems isn't worth the expense - especially with decent hardware now there isn't any problem in running virtual machines or perhaps even creating as a follow on to Windows 7's XP mode a Windows 8 32 bit mode VM).

Application 32 bit software such as Office will run fine on 64 bit systems.

Cheers
jimbo

I absolutely don't agree with this. Not every field upgrades as often as companies in the tech industry. I'm an engineer. Half of the engineering companies out there still use xp, fyi. There are programs that we use that haven't been upgraded since they came out. For instance, the computers in our lab that control the test machines are 20-some year old xp machines. They run just fine, so there's absolutely no plan to upgrade them any time soon.

Hi there
Again you've mis-read my post -- if your stuff runs fine on XP LEAVE IT ON XP. I was suggesting Ms doesn't need to create NEW 32 bit OS'es -- I've a load of expensive engineering stuff that runs just fine on XP and will never be upgraded --original manufacturers long gone out of business.

I don't understand why you have an issue with NEW OS'es being only 64 bit - especially if your legacy hardware runs just fine on its current system -- and with a lot of Engineering type hardware it's usually very expensive to upgrade even if the original manufacturer is still in business so you will have to keep running it on the legacy systems anyway (XP) --although you can run these with decent success on modern machines in a VM.

Cheers
jimbo

Because I like to keep my options open... sort of like I like windows 8 because of its option to give me either a touch or desktop experience. I'm sorry, I like my options even if it doesn't seem too useful to certain people.
 

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