Screenshot of Windows codenamed Blackcomb
While Microsoft is currently working hard on the completion of Windows codenamed Whistler, the official successor to Windows 2000 and Windows Me, something bigger is already being worked on internally. We are talking about Windows code name Blackcomb, the successor to Whistler.
For the first time, this operating system is to rely entirely on Microsoft .NET, the vision of the unified Internet. Accordingly, it should and should rely on a completely new interface based on services to be subscribed. As luck would have it, an alleged screenshot of Blackcomb is currently online. The screenshot undoubtedly looks quite strange and simple. Although it reflects the basic principle of Blackcomb, it could just as well have been put together from currently available snippets from Whistler and the .NET strategy. So you should enjoy it with the utmost caution.