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'''Windows 8 build 7985''' is a Milestone 3 build of [[Windows 8]]. This build was demonstrated by Steven Sinofsky at the D9 conference and by Mike Angiulo at Computex 2011<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20110606125300/http://windows8search.com/windows-8-build-7985-computex-demo/</ref>. Multiple devices were shown with this build and would've provided a new Immersive Browser with Internet Explorer 10.
'''Windows 8 build 7985''' is a build of [[Windows 8]]. This build was demonstrated by Steven Sinofsky at the D9 conference and by Mike Angiulo at Computex 2011<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20110606125300/http://windows8search.com/windows-8-build-7985-computex-demo/</ref>. Multiple devices were shown with this build and would've provided a new Immersive Browser with Internet Explorer 10.
 
  
 
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Windows 8 build 7985 is a Milestone 3 build of Windows 8. This build was demonstrated by Steven Sinofsky at the D9 conference and by Mike Angiulo at Computex 2011[1]. Multiple devices were shown with this build and would've provided a new Immersive Browser with Internet Explorer 10.

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