30 GB hard disk (originally two 15 GB hard disk, but merged with upgrade to Windows Vista)
1024 RAM (originally 512 RAM, but increased with upgrade to Windows XP) (Temporary increased to 2048 RAM for further upgrades)
Main language upgrade: Polish
Main upgrade system: Windows 7
Windows NT 4.0 - Success! (SP1) (Done in mid 2019-01) (Re-done in 2019-03-23)
Windows 2000 - Success! (SP4) (Done in mid 2019-01) (Re-done in 2019-03-23)
Windows XP - Success! (SP1, 2 and 3 Success!) (Without minor update SP1a) (RTM done in 2019-01-26) (SP1 done in 2019-02-10) (SP1a done in 2019-04-10) (SP2 done in 2019-02-17) (SP3 done in 2019-02-25)
Windows 7 - Success! (SP1 Success!) (RTM v1 done in 2019-04-07) (SP1 v1 done in 2019-04-13) (RTM v2 done in 2019-09-01) (SP1 v2 done in 2019-09-06)
Windows 8 - Failed! (Unfinished done in 2019-09-15)
Windows 8.1 - Failed!
Windows 10 - Failed for all versions!
Note: Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 cannot be installed in Microsoft Virtual PC 2007.
Reinstall (about or desktop screenshots)
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.16510
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.16606
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.16648
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.16659
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.17042
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.17051
Windows Server 2008 build 6001.17119
Windows Vista build 6000.16384
Windows Vista build 6000.16385
Windows 7 build 6931
Windows 7 build 7022
Windows 7 build 7048
Windows 7 build 7055
Windows 7 build 7057
Windows 7 build 7062
Windows 7 build 7068
Windows 7 build 7106
Windows 7 build 7127
Windows 7 build 7137
Windows 7 build 7225
Windows 7 build 7227
Windows 7 build 7229
Windows 8.1 build 9374
Windows 10 build 10041
Windows 10 build 10049
Windows Server 2016 build 10051
Windows Server 2016 build 10056
Windows Server 2016 build 10074 (fbl_impressive)
Windows Server 2016 build 10108
Windows Server 2016 build 10586
Total: 30 builds
On 2019-10-07 I got permament blocked for false positive, but about 2 hours later I got unblocked. During editing some Windows XP builds pages!
My history on BetaWiki! Sorry for bad English for some moments!
Part 1: First Focus on BetaWiki
June 2018 to September 2018
I downloaded ISO from Windows about pages such as Windows XP build 2542 or Windows 8 build 7989 and make them custom and various demos. I created also very fake demo about build 4100 pre-reset-end. In this time I also create and updating my user page.
September 2018 to November 2018
At 2018-09-21 I've created BetaArchive account with same username with my BetaWiki user. At 2018-09-23 I managed get FTP Access in BetaArchive and started transfering ISOs, VHDs about Windows from FileZilla, some focus still finding on some Windows about pages. I about get Windows Server 2008 builds and Windows 7 without Windows Aero, at end some Windows 8.1 builds and I helped BF10 with this.
November 2018 to January 2019
January 2019 to March 2019
Massive leaks and temporary leave
At this time I've downloaded some new Windows 8 builds such 8032, 8176 and 8438. Later at this time I've created various and returned to demos in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 until Guidelines was changed with demos, discovered new way to properly crop About window and last time at this time was very stupid for me talk page about custom demos and ":", that made me to temporary leave on 2019-03-23. It doesn't apply to my BetaArchive account and still posting.
Part 2: Second Focus on BetaWiki
August 2019 to September 2019
Again helping at BetaWiki
September 2019 to December 2019
Less leaks and permamently leave
At this time I've stopped installing non-new builds about Windows. I also gained some tips for new users about installing Windows and Windows Aero screenshot on Windows Vista and Windows 7, discovered new program paint.NET. I also installed fake Windows XP builds such 2464 and 2493, which got deleted with very stupid and bad OS mod with annoying user Rain Ocampo. Last month on BetaWiki I've installed new leaked builds Windows 98 and missing Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack builds. Last week I've installed new leaked builds such Windows 8 build 7700 and Windows Server 2008 R2 build 7201 (winmain_win7ids_sp) and removed Service Pack SKU from Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs and Windows Server 2008 R2. At 2019-12-31 I've decided to stop editing on BetaWiki and permamently leave from this Wiki. Say Farewell Caveria! on last minutes or hours before New Year 2020 and I've stop also making new posts on BetaArchive and end with 60 posts.
Featured article (1 year ago)
Sample Test Visual Style (internally known as Mallard) is a visual style included in some pre-release builds of Windows XP. As of 2020, the only leaked builds to include the style are Windows XP build 2410, 2416, and 2419, where it includes two color schemes, called Chartreuse Mongoose and Blue Lagoon (internally referred to as Paler).
A Whistler feature planning spreadsheet from 2000-02-22 mentions a default skin set consisting of a Consumer and Pro look planned to be finished by 2000-04-28, which refers to Watercolor (then-named Business) and possibly this theme as the string Personal Visual Style has been found in the theme files in early pre-Beta 2 builds.