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'''Windows 8 build 8194''' is a pre-Consumer Preview build of [[Windows 8]]. It was shown in a video in the MSDN "Building Windows 8" blog "Building Windows for the ARM processor architecture"<ref>https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/b8/2012/02/09/building-windows-for-the-arm-processor-architecture</ref>, with [[Windows 8 build 7652|build 7652]]. This build was demonstrated to show the usage of applications on the ARM architecture. As of 2020, this is the first build to remove the Start button on the taskbar and to identify itself as "Windows 8 Consumer Preview".
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'''Windows 8 build 8194''' is a pre-Consumer Preview build of [[Windows 8]]. It was shown in a video in the MSDN "Building Windows 8" blog "Building Windows for the ARM processor architecture"<ref>https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/b8/2012/02/09/building-windows-for-the-arm-processor-architecture</ref>, along with [[Windows 8 build 7652|build 7652]]. This build was demonstrated to show the usage of applications on the ARM architecture. As of 2020, this is the first build to remove the Start button on the taskbar and to identify itself as "Windows 8 Consumer Preview".
  
 
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Revision as of 13:01, 14 May 2020

6.2.8194.winmain.120127-1917
Build of Windows 8
6.2.8194.winmain.120127-1917
OS family
ArchitectureARM
Compiled2012-01-27
Timebomb
Works in
SKUs
Consumer Preview

Windows 8 build 8194 is a pre-Consumer Preview build of Windows 8. It was shown in a video in the MSDN "Building Windows 8" blog "Building Windows for the ARM processor architecture"[1], along with build 7652. This build was demonstrated to show the usage of applications on the ARM architecture. As of 2020, this is the first build to remove the Start button on the taskbar and to identify itself as "Windows 8 Consumer Preview".

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