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Microsoft Windows Longhorn Build 3706 Setup !NEW! Free


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Microsoft Windows Longhorn Build 3706 Setup !NEW! Free


How to Install Microsoft Windows Longhorn Build 3706 for Free


Microsoft Windows Longhorn was the codename for the operating system that would later become Windows Vista. It was in development from 2001 to 2006 and had many features that were later scrapped or changed in the final release. One of the early builds of Windows Longhorn was build 3706, which was compiled on October 29, 2002 and leaked on May 22, 2006[^1^]. This build introduced a new version of Desktop Composition Engine (DCE), which enabled transparent windows and other graphical effects. It also had a new sidebar, a new taskbar, and a new start menu. If you want to try out this build for yourself, you can download it for free and install it on a virtual machine. Here are the steps to do so:


Download the ISO file of Windows Longhorn build 3706 from this link[^2^]. You will need a torrent client to download it.


Download and install a virtual machine software such as VirtualBox or VMware.


Create a new virtual machine with at least 512 MB of RAM and 10 GB of hard disk space. Choose Windows XP as the operating system type.


Mount the ISO file of Windows Longhorn build 3706 as a virtual CD-ROM drive and boot from it.


Follow the setup wizard to install Windows Longhorn build 3706. You will need to enter a product key, which you can find here[^4^]. You will also need to activate Windows by calling Microsoft or using an activator.


Enjoy exploring Windows Longhorn build 3706!


Note that this build is very unstable and buggy, and may not work properly on some hardware or software configurations. It is also not supported by Microsoft or any other company, and may contain security vulnerabilities. Use it at your own risk and only for educational purposes.


What is Windows Longhorn


Windows Longhorn was the codename for the operating system that would later become Windows Vista. It was in development from 2001 to 2006 and had many features that were later scrapped or changed in the final release. Some of these features include:


A new file system called WinFS, which was supposed to store data in a relational database and allow advanced queries and synchronization.


A new security technology called Next-Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB), which was supposed to provide hardware-based encryption and isolation of processes.


A new user interface called Aero, which was supposed to provide transparent windows, animations, and 3D effects.


A new sidebar, which was supposed to provide quick access to gadgets and notifications.


A new taskbar, which was supposed to provide live thumbnails and previews of windows.


A new start menu, which was supposed to provide search functionality and dynamic lists of frequently used programs and documents.


However, due to various technical and managerial challenges, Microsoft decided to restart the development of Windows Longhorn in 2004, using the Windows Server 2003 code-base as a foundation. Many of the original features were dropped or postponed, and some were replaced by simpler or less ambitious versions. For example, WinFS was replaced by Windows Search, NGSCB was replaced by BitLocker, and Aero was replaced by a less resource-intensive version. The sidebar, taskbar, and start menu were also modified to be more compatible with existing applications and user expectations.


Why Install Windows Longhorn


Windows Longhorn is not an official or supported product by Microsoft or any other company. It is also very unstable and buggy, and may not work properly on some hardware or software configurations. It may also contain security vulnerabilities that could expose your data or system to malicious attacks. Therefore, installing Windows Longhorn is not recommended for any practical purposes.


However, installing Windows Longhorn can be a fun and educational experience for those who are interested in the history and development of Windows. It can also be a way to explore some of the featur




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