Technical Preview may be released sooner than we thought..

    Technical Preview may be released sooner than we thought..

    Technical Preview may be released sooner than we thought..


    Last Updated: 27 Sep 2014 at 20:21
    There was a Technical Preview site leak earlier referring to Windows 9 as "Windows TH". Hopefully, it will be released shortly after the big event.

    The GOOD NEWS is.... it will also come in 32-bit as shown on the image below.....

    Technical Preview may be released sooner than we thought..-windowsth.0.jpg


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    "Microsoft reveals 'Windows TH' naming on new Technical Preview site"


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    badrobot's Avatar Posted By: badrobot
    27 Sep 2014

  1. Lee's Avatar
    Lee
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    would prefer an Enterprise edition to test. . .is this just me or are there others thinking this route. . .:)
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  2. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Heck, I just want a copy to test.. PERIOD!! LOL
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    badrobot said:
    The GOOD NEWS is.... it will also come in 32-bit as shown on the image below.....
    What's specifically good about it? I think it would be better if they stopped the practice of supporting "legacy" hardware going back a few decades. Without this backwards compatibility, Windows would be much leaner, and people would have an incentive to update their hardware. Look at what Apple is doing.
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    unifex said:
    What's specifically good about it? I think it would be better if they stopped the practice of supporting "legacy" hardware going back a few decades. Without this backwards compatibility, Windows would be much leaner, and people would have an incentive to update their hardware. Look at what Apple is doing.




    It's GOOD news for people hoping to make use of their existing low specs machines. The number of low specs machines still in use today would still generate big profit for M$. And it doesn't take a lot of effort for them to make the 32-bit version. It's just a stripped down 64-bit version.
    Last edited by badrobot; 28 Sep 2014 at 08:18.
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