Did you know...
- ...that Windows XP has been supported in various forms for almost 18 years, which is the longest compared to any other version of Microsoft Windows?
- ...that Windows Server 2003 build 2462 includes login banners for a Personal edition of Windows 2000?
- ...that the Start Button in Windows 95 build 302 says "Ship It!" in reference to the year 1995 being around the corner?
- ...that there was an E variant planned for Windows 7 in addition to K, N and KN, which didn't include Internet Explorer?
- ...that the Windows XP team created a decoy theme called Mallard to hide the fact they were secretly working on Luna?
- ...that Windows Neptune was a cancelled version of Windows that ought to bring a new user interface reminiscent of Metro later introduced in Windows 8?
Featured articleWindows ME build 2358 is the third Developer Release of Windows ME. This build was first mentioned in the article "The Road to Gold: The development of Windows Me" at Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows. According to Thurrott, he stated that the build was released a week after DR2 was released. There are three screenshots that could be this build, but as the screenshots have no build information, this cannot be confirmed.
This build was found and leaked to BetaArchive on 2019-03-20. An early version of Help and Support, also known as Help Center in this build, is included. The Help Center also contains a reference to Activity Centers in the new features. This build contains two files from Windows Neptune.