Difference between revisions of "Windows Vista build 5054"

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'''Windows Vista build 5054''', with a buildtag of '''5054.vbl_ux_nisd.050404-1730''', is a build demonstrated at WinHEC 2005 to demonstrate the new speech recognition capabilities of [[Windows Vista]]. The new capabilities include improved accessibility, new mobility scenarios, and improvements to the speech user experience. Only one image of this build has been shown.
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'''Windows Vista build 5054''', with a buildtag of '''5054.vbl_ux_nisd.050404-1730''', is an Omega-13 build of [[Windows Vista]]. This build was demonstrated at WinHEC 2005 to demonstrate the new speech recognition capabilities of Windows Vista. The new capabilities include improved accessibility, new mobility scenarios, and improvements to the speech user experience. Only one image of this build has been shown.
  
In [[Windows Vista]] through [[Windows 10]], the <code>newdev.dll</code> file has this build of Windows Longhorn in its File Properties but lacks a buildtag, so it is completely unknown if such file came from this build.
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In Windows Vista through [[Windows 10]], the <code>newdev.dll</code> file has this build of Windows Longhorn in its File Properties but lacks a buildtag, so it is completely unknown if such file came from this build.

Revision as of 15:57, 16 January 2020

6.0.5054.vbl_ux_nisd.050404-1730
Build of Windows Vista
6.0.5054.vbl_ux_nisd.050404-1730
OS family
Architecturex86
Compiled2005-04-04
Timebomb
Works in
SKUs
Professional

Windows Vista build 5054, with a buildtag of 5054.vbl_ux_nisd.050404-1730, is an Omega-13 build of Windows Vista. This build was demonstrated at WinHEC 2005 to demonstrate the new speech recognition capabilities of Windows Vista. The new capabilities include improved accessibility, new mobility scenarios, and improvements to the speech user experience. Only one image of this build has been shown.

In Windows Vista through Windows 10, the newdev.dll file has this build of Windows Longhorn in its File Properties but lacks a buildtag, so it is completely unknown if such file came from this build.