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We present 17 mock-up user interface images from the up and coming Windows 7 operating system, which is set to hit the shelves in 2010. These pictures aren’t official, but I think they look great! I have put together 18 more screenshots here.

PLEASE NOTE: These are fakes; however, read this article




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62 thoughts on “Windows 7 in 2010 – 17 New UI Screenshots”

  1. Carry On says:

    These are clearly fake!@

  2. Carry On says:

    These are clearly fake!@

  3. Carry On says:

    These are clearly fake!@

  4. Windows 7 - 18 More Prototype says:

    […] week I shared 17 screenshots of Windows 7. Sadly, these aren#8217t official, but they look great; in my search for more, I found this great […]

  5. Samson says:

    These are some sweet screenshots, but I dont think theyre real

  6. Samson says:

    These are some sweet screenshots, but I dont think theyre real

  7. Samson says:

    These are some sweet screenshots, but I dont think theyre real

  8. Windows 7 – 18 M says:

    […] week I shared 17 screenshots of Windows 7. Sadly, these aren#8217t official, but they look great; in my search for more, I found this great […]

  9. Windows 7 Running on a Dell Ta says:

    […] 17 screenshots of the new Windows 7 UI here, or see the Windows 7 category for more up-to-date […]

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