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... SUR (Shell Update Release), Cairo Windows NT 4.0 Microsoft originally planned for NT 4.0 to be just a simple "Shell Update Release" to integrate the Windows 95 GUI with Windows NT 3.51's kernel ... Cluster Server Hydra Terminal Services, Windows Terminal Server Terminal Server adds "multiheading" support to Windows (the ability to run multiple instances of the ... Janus Windows 2000 64-bit Impala Windows NT 4.0 Embedded Neptune Microsoft Neptune Never named Planned consumer version of Windows 2000, merged with Odyssey to form Whistler ...
... A preview version of Windows XP Media Center Edition from Microsoft's eHome division, was shown as CES 2002, with the final version released later that year ... Windows XP Media Center Edition ("Freestyle", Available in July 2002) This was the original release ... This release combined with updates is sometimes referred to as Windows XP Media Center Edition 2003 Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 ("Harmony", Available in ...
... Windows XP Media Center Edition (MCE) is a version of the Windows XP operating system designed to serve as a home-entertainment hub ... The last version, Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, was released in October 2004 ...
... Date 16-bit 32-bit 64-bit Codename 20 November 1985 Windows 1.0 9 December 1987 Windows 2.0 27 May 1988 Windows 2.10 13 March 1989 Windows 2.11 22 ...
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