Images: Inside Windows Vista beta 2
by Bill Detwiler | July 18, 2006, 3:40pm PDT | Image 9 of 17
New file structure. Forget backslashes and directory trees. Windows Vista allows you to move files around on your hard drive--even virtually--without physically moving the files. You can, for example, save a file to a remote drive within the Save As window; no need to create an new folder, name it, then populate it with a file.
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