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  • Blog Post: RC1 CPP Now Available to General Public

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    The Windows Shell Team, responsible for Windows' core user interface, has launched a blog called shell: revealed . This new site has blogs from several team members and also includes galleries and a forum to discuss Windows shell-related topics, such as Windows Aero and organization. If you are one...
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    Over at the Windows Shell blog , Program Manager Vinny Pasceri explains the balance necessary to be struck in order to complete the UI polish, or "fit-and-finish", of Windows Vista's UI . Questions like "will it affect the user’s habits in a bad way?" must always be faced when changing any part of the...