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Source for Windows 10 build 3790 and Compute Cluster Server build 640?--MCpillager (talk) (Sandbox) Me discover fire, invent wheel, build server. 12:23, 20 April 2019 (UTC)

These builds are closed-source. Windows Whistler used Windows 2000 beta 3 build 2000 sounds until a few last builds were released. can't just say that they are closed source, and whistler used windows 2000 RTM sounds.--MCpillager (talk) (Sandbox) Me discover fire, invent wheel, build server. 12:26, 20 April 2019 (UTC)
... Wrong. Windows NT 5.0 used NT 4.0 sounds. -

Only builds from before 1848 for the NT5 thing. After 1848, it used 98's sounds.

As for Whistler until 2481, no it didn't use Windows 2000 build 2000's sounds you [censored].

Apart from the login and logoff sounds (names confirmed in the files) sounds in those builds are exactly the same as 98, 2000 final and ME.

Windows 10 build 3790?! What have you been smoking you delusional [censored]?

I can also see that your (151) first language is obviously not English. Arkan9 (talk) 13:23, 20 April 2019 (UTC)

Watch your attitude. Yes, the IP address inserted false information, but there is no need to insult anybody over it. Also, please note that BetaWiki is a multicultural community. In fact, most of the administration team doesn't even come from English-speaking countries. It's perfectly okay to correct grammar mistakes in articles. Linking people to subreddits making fun of Engrish is not. --Ryuzaki (talk) 14:08, 20 April 2019 (UTC)

I am fully aware of BetaWiki being a multi-cultural community and the administration team being from non-English countries.

I admit I went pretty overboard with the choice of words I used.

I will calm down from this point onward.

I do praise the team's hard work to document all of these different builds and in Overdoze's case, leak new builds to be seen by the community. Arkan9 (talk) 14:20, 20 April 2019 (UTC)

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