Windows 95 Source Code

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    Windows 95 Source Code


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    Nice I like it.

    but it didn't complile

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    Even though that is really old I still get a good chuckle out of reading it. My favorite part is "Standard Call in lie.h"

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    I wrote that for microsoft when I was 7. My other 7 year old friends also helped write windows.

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    LMAO

    Well I finally upgraded to XP, and its a lot better than XP. Has windows finally made a 'good' versions of windows?
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    Well I finally upgraded to XP, and its a lot better than XP.
    LMAO, OH really??

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    hehehe

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    You must have gotten the special one. My version of XP is the same as XP .

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    You think XP kix ass now get the Un-Serialized version. Professional feels like HOME after using this one

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    yah i like it too (shhh dont tell) actually its the "enterprise" version, the FCK*-****-***etc CD-Key, the one that was pirated every which way. if you think thats good, wait till 'longhorn' comes out, you'll poo your pants.

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    Originally posted by TravisS
    You must have gotten the special one. My version of XP is the same as XP .

    Oh man, mine is the same as XP too. What new features are in XP that are not in XP?


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    yah i like it too (shhh dont tell) actually its the "enterprise" version, the FCK*-****-***etc CD-Key, the one that was pirated every which way. if you think thats good, wait till 'longhorn' comes out, you'll poo your pants.
    Yea thats the one! I been trying to find the official name for it, enterprise eh. I was told they charge like 10 grand for that copy, is that accurate??

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    That would be a correct statement, but it all depends on how many seat license you want, for example, 100, 1000, 10000, etc.. I dont know much about the prices since i get it for free, but that seems like an accurate statement.

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    I got it free too, i got family in the programming end. Waiting for a BETA for windows .NET, prolly jus xp with diff colors tho.

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    actually its a whole new deal, the gui is like 2000, but the service can be enabled to make it look like XP, but for a server stand point its the best thing microsoft has ever done

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