Windows 8 development in full swing 'build 7705.0.100129-1930' compiled

Russian website Wzor notes that Microsoft has apparently set on a course to building Windows 8, and even provided the Build strings for a few assembles of the next iteration of Windows available exclusively in Redmond. The Redmond company is reportedly compiling new interim versions of Windows 8 at a constant pace, having offered the […]

Russian website Wzor notes that Microsoft has apparently set on a course to building Windows 8, and even provided the Build strings for a few assembles of the next iteration of Windows available exclusively in Redmond. The Redmond company is reportedly compiling new interim versions of Windows 8 at a constant pace, having offered the following Builds the past month: 7702.0.100126-1751, 7703.0.100127-1845, 7704.0.100128-1900 and 7705.0.100129-1930. Per the numbers in the build string, 7705.0.100129-1930 was compiled on January 29, 2010. Microsoft has yet to confirm or deny the fact that the information offered by Wzor is valid. Wzor is a source with a proven track record of delivering accurate information of the software giant’s moves, that otherwise would be kept under the tightly sealed translucent lid of Steven Sinofsky, president, Windows and Windows Live Division.