No, you're misrembering. Depsite being released after 98 they were still different product branches back then, so 2000 looked a bit more technical. All it gave you in terms of specials were graduated title bars:It looked pretty much like Windows 98 honestly, but on the NT kernel.
Well, then it is at least interesting to see that MS still cares for Win XP. And is there no "expire date" for source code to give it automaticly to the public after the product expired?If you want to be sued to oblivion. After the N64 source code leak, emulator project teams outright said they will not use the code to support N64 emulators.
I've worked in a firm that investigated open sourcing everything. It's a suggesting that generally sends lawyers shrieking for their mothers, because any source code collated after years or work could theoretically contain anything. You don't know what cheeky engineers put in comments, and they've experience of them being accused of copying CP/M in DOS, and they know that even if it's not true, accusations can cause a whole tonne of headaches.Well, then it is at least interesting to see that MS still cares for Win XP. And is there no "expire date" for source code to give it automaticly to the public after the product expired?
What OS is this?The only time I've been in a firm that did open source an OS was when the firm was on the slide and wouldn't really be worth suing by the end of it. Everything did get open sourced, but I think it all went to the great repo in the sky, because I've heard little of it since then.