The IE7 Team is really going all-out at TechEd in Boston this week to make an impression:
From: Matt <snip>To: <snip>Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 9:40 PMSubject: TechEd, Day 2
Another great day. We were on fire...literally. Someone left their notepad on one of our halogen lights and it started to burn. I paused my demo, grabbed the pad and ran it to the men’s room. It was about 100 feet from our station, and when I got halfway to the men’s room the pad really got going and I was basically carrying the Olympic torch at that point. I made it to the sink just in time, and was able to put out the fire with only a modest amount of smoke filling the men’s room. Then I went back my demo, where the customer was still waiting for me. Someone tried to get a picture but it happened too fast. At a minimum we have a customer with a great story to tell when he gets back to work.
We only wish they had gotten that photo ...
Caught this over at the Windows Vista Team blog and was too funny to pass up blogging about - apparently
i got to say i have Windows Vista build 5384 installed on my pc and apart from it being slow because i only have half of what is needed for maxmuim experience (1 gig of ram) its a cool piece of kit wih the sleek and sexy look to it top job microsoft.... i can't wait to buy the final version in 2007
Please include more drivers
Will it include "burning pad protection" out of the box, or at least as an add-in?
Great tale :=)
I'm not sure if system restore will work for you.
It may just work... They all say that System Restore can go back to the last successful boot up... :P