Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by FaiKee, May 31, 2015.
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"So, there are 2 candidates, build 10400 or build 10800"
I say there is no way it is 10800 - MS doesn't want 10 associated with 8 in any way, shape, or form.
I guess RTM will be 10600.
Based on that magic number 16, the RTM would be 10800!
Look at this calculation:
Windows 7 : 7200 / 16 = 475
Windows 8 : 9600 / 16 = 575
windows 10 : 10800 / 16 = 675
Is that an coincident?
Unless your taking bets, who cares?
In real? I don't mind what number the RTM would be!
No cause Win7 RTM is 7600, Win8 RTM is 9200, Win 8.1 is 9600.
Win8's RTM was really in the 85xx range but jumped to 9200 cause of the 8888 mistake. If no mistakes are made and no delays occur, it would be well in the 10400 range.
There's nothing magic in it, it's just another way of saying there's a difference of 1600 between the numbers.
I'm not realy a guy for guessing but more like we will see when we get there
And for me RTM is not realy a mile stone as long as they keep the updates for windows coming in with bug fixes and "tweaks" to the OS
I took that only because those well educated users regarding the Activation Numbering were pointing many times to the Number 16 and 100 as multiplier! For me, as I said already, I didn't mind about any number which may would be chosen!
Half Life 3 confirmed
when release RTM?not announced?
I think windows 10 RTM will be 10200
Me too ...
have you tried to divide by 16? I guess not
Simply said: it won't happen.
who gives a s**t.
and yet another useless thread. Come on!. Why you people do this?
Why do you think that ?
because 10200 cannot be divided by 16, that simple
It's only build number. Why do you care about dividing ?