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  • Product key for Longhorn 3683:

    CKY24-Q8QRH-X3KMR-C6BCY-T847Y

  • @jlj945 said:
    How am I supposed to install any of these without a product key? Trying to install 3683 and am stuck without a key.. Been searching for 20 minutes.

    It might be included with the 7z file.

  • can you put windows longhorn build 3663 please

  • @donthissnew said:
    can you put windows longhorn build 3663 please

    Ugh............ Another Jorge Mendez. 3663 is UNleaked, so WWPC won't put it in this library because a disc of it hadn't surfaced for now.

  • can you put windows longhorn build 3670 please

  • Can someone put a link for Windows Longhorn build 4032?

  • @donthissnew said:
    can you put windows longhorn build 3670 please

    That build is unleaked too.

  • edited March 13

    This section is extremely outdated. I have a link to a bunch of longhorn builds not listed here: [whatever, link removed]

  • Can someone put a link Windows Longhorn Server Builds 3790.1232, 4031, 4038 and 5000?

  • Please consider adding these builds, anyone who can add ISOs:
    6.0.3706.0 (beta)
    6.0.4029.0 (beta Lab06_n)
    6.0.4030.0 (beta main)
    6.0.4030.0 (beta Lab06_n 30 June 2003)
    6.0.4030.0 (beta Lab06_n 2 July 2003)
    6.0.4031.0 (beta Lab06_n)
    6.0.4031.0 (beta main)
    6.0.4038.0 (beta)
    6.0.4039.0 (beta developer)
    6.0.4040.0 (beta)
    6.0.4042.0 (beta main)
    6.0.4050.0 (beta chk) Only the Check/Debug version is leaked.
    6.0.4082.0 (beta)
    6.0.4083.0 (beta) THIS IS THE X86 VERSION
    6.0.4084.0 (beta) FULL ISO
    6.0.4085.0 (beta main)
    6.0.4085.0 (beta Lab07_N)
    6.0.4088.0 (beta) FULL ISO
    Thanks
    PS - if these all get added, the current compiles should be renamed to this
    6.0.4029.0 (beta main)
    6.0.4039.0 (beta regular)
    6.0.4042.0 (beta Lab06_N)

  • Fun Fact: ''Windows Longhorn'' startup sound and shutdown sound, never had that beautiful woman voice. Longhorn just contained the same startup sound as ''Windows XP''. So your entire life was a lie.

  • @Kirbykid5000 said:
    7 zip never lets me Extract a file An never Does Anything right. Just use WinRAR I dont care about the its not free popups. its just better than 7 zip

    Just right-click the file and go to the part where it says ''7-Zip'' and click ''Extract File here''. If you don't like 7-Zip, that's not our problem. But we recommend it.

  • Can somebody give me 4050.idx02? For information it is a check/debug build and is Home Edition.

  • Can somebody provide a link for Windows Longhorn build 3706?

  • WinWorld is missing a bunch of builds.
    This is a list which builds are misssing (roughly correct)
    6.0.3706
    6.0.3713
    6.0.4001
    6.0.4002
    6.0.4005
    6.0.4017
    6.0.4020
    6.0.4030
    6.0.4031
    6.0.4032
    6.0.4040
    6.0.4083 (x86)

  • edited March 13

    @Kim5384 said:
    This section is extremely outdated. I have a link to a bunch of longhorn builds not listed here: [whatever, link removed]

    4081 fails download with 'Not accessible due to ToS/AUP violation'

  • since one of you idiots reported my longhorn folder, no more builds for you, it's been locked out. this is why we can't have nice things

  • I've removed the link, but keep in mind this could have been flagged by something automated.

  • @SomeGuy said:
    I've removed the link, but keep in mind this could have been flagged by something automated.

    I guess, but I don't really see why a 15 year-old build would be of any interest by Microsoft.

  • edited March 14

    The nature of copyright bots is quite random. YouTube videos have been flagged/taken down for containing content that doesn't belong to the claimant or stuff that has no commercial value, like 30 year old promotional copy. So it could have been National Bank of Podunk or Cargill bots flagging the Longhorn builds for all I know.

    Here are the builds in question:

    https://archive.org/details/6.0.4039.0.lab06n.0308241954x86freclientprofessionalretailenuslb1pfreendeveloper

    Mind you, I could see the MTP driver in one of the later Longhorn builds being quite valuable to win2k/XP users as the one in Vista has much better support for newer mobile devices than the one shipped with WMP10. MS wouldn't like NT5 to get even more functionality.

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