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Old 12-03-2009
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New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057
  

Microsoft Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 is expected to get released on April 10 this year for public downloading, and before this another Windows 7 development build has found its way outside of Redmond. Some Neowin users have found Windows 7 build 7057 in the wild.

Carrying the build number 6.1.7057, the site displays screenshots of the Setup.exe along with digital signatures showing a time stamp of March 6th 2009.

The most immediate change users would notice in Windows 7 RC is the new welcome and shutdown screen.






That is a new welcome screen in "Windows 7 RC".

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re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

Wonder if the wallpaper matches the welcome screen ...

It looks great but i guess this is the default wallpaper too ...
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re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

This new build features a more gentle human art work. I liked it!

There are lots more changes in windows 7 like:-

1. New Wallpapers
2. New user icons
3. New application icons
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re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

We have to wait till April 10th to know every thing of Windows 7 Release candidate..
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Re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

hi maybe here is not the place but since it's screen talk... so, my screen turns black for a few seconds from time to time . might be the uac? or what can it be?windows 7 7057
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Re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

Can be issue of power, Unplug the power, remove the battery and then hold the power button for 30 to 60 seconds. Then reattach the power and attempt a boot. definitely worth a try.
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Re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

Most monitors are multiscanning (support variable horizontal/vertical scan-out frequencies). When the video signal changes frequencies (e.g. resolution change by app), the monitor often goes into a "trying to lock onto the signal" mode where it's often black during the change-over time. I've seen this take a second or two. So that's a possible cause.
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Re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

i dont remember this black screen in vista though it may have happend but not as often. i'll try the battery trick and tell you the results

Last edited by firemusic : 21-03-2009 at 06:02 AM.
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Re: New Welcome Screen-Windows 7 build 7057

hi, it seems that the battery did the trick and since yesterday i'm not having a black screen , thanks
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