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'''Windows Vista build 5209''' is a pre-Beta 2 build of [[Windows Vista]]. It was presented by Steve Ball in the Channel9 video, ''[http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/scobleizer/Steve-Ball-Learning-about-Audio-in-Windows-Vista Learning about Audio in Windows Vista]'', which demonstrated the new audio features in the operating system, this build was compiled after build 5112, but it still has the Longhorn build tag
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'''Windows Vista build 5209''' is a pre-Beta 2 build of [[Windows Vista]]. It was presented by Steve Ball in the Channel9 video, ''[http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/scobleizer/Steve-Ball-Learning-about-Audio-in-Windows-Vista Learning about Audio in Windows Vista]'', which demonstrated the new audio features in the operating system. This build oddly still uses the "Microsoft (R) Windows (R) Codename Longhorn" build tag despite being compiled after build 5112.
  
 
== Video Notes ==
 
== Video Notes ==

Revision as of 01:16, 24 May 2020

6.0.5209.vbl_media_core.050728-1800
Build of Windows Vista
6.0.5209.vbl_media_core.050728-1800
OS family
Architecturex86
Compiled2005-07-28
Timebomb
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Windows Vista build 5209 is a pre-Beta 2 build of Windows Vista. It was presented by Steve Ball in the Channel9 video, Learning about Audio in Windows Vista, which demonstrated the new audio features in the operating system. This build oddly still uses the "Microsoft (R) Windows (R) Codename Longhorn" build tag despite being compiled after build 5112.

Video Notes

  • 1:37 Audio stack mentioned
  • 2:12 Some mention of 'interesting things could be found at the keynote' (PDC 2005)
  • 2:25 to 3:02 the Neptune project is mentioned.
  • 4:10 Discussion about UI.
  • Desktop volume control comparing this system in Windows XP (first seen 4:23) and Vista