Windows Vista build 5360

Build of Windows Vista
OS familyWindows NT
Version number6.0
Build number5360
Build revision0
Architecturex86, x64
Build labvbl_media_ehome
Compiled on2006-04-11
Expiration date
Timebomb2007-03-07 (+330 days)
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Windows Vista build 5360 is an eHome OEM build of Windows Vista, which was shared by BetaArchive user marcoguy on 19 December 2016.[1]

Editions and keys[edit | edit source]

Edition / SKU Name Key
Starter 6GHT4-62PKK-H3274-4YHC4-7FGPY
Home Basic N 6J8RT-947JQ-XDGV4-4FCTV-QRRXV
Home Premium 7KKWR-978CY-8GMWD-X2RF9-PJ6BB
Business YVT36-YVCP2-J97GQ-7T22R-RWV8P
Business N 7K8QY-WRC42-QCRDJ-QK968-XFJCJ
Ultimate 7YJ76-6WJF4-D3PH9-P2Q6W-Y9Q38

Changes[edit | edit source]

Windows Setup[edit | edit source]

The autorun application now includes a dedicated page for configuring region-specific settings, sporting a rudimentary design that resembles the one observed in near-final builds. It is only shown when setup is started by booting from the installation media or if the media contains multiple installable language packs, and can be observed by replacing the Take Home DVD launcher (named setup.exe) with the autorun stub of the same name from a nearby build that does not belong to the Take Home effort (such as build 5365.8). The EasyDriver installation option first introduced in build 5329 has been removed from the Media Center Take Home DVD launcher.

Minor wording changes for setup initialization have also been introduced, and a toggleable agreement checkbox button for the end-user license agreement page would replace the two agree/disagree radio buttons. A progress bar that reports fake percentage information is now shown when applying the installation image to the hard disk during the first stage of setup.

The default desktop background image will now be chosen by default if a user does not select a valid image option during the out-of-box experience.

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

Bugs[edit | edit source]

Installation[edit | edit source]

Although this build can partition as intended during setup, the partitioning page doesn't refresh properly, requiring the user to reboot the system in order to see the new partition. This is the last build to contain this bug.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Windows Setup[edit | edit source]

Out-of-box experience[edit | edit source]

Interface[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]