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Sidebar on 5219… Who wants it???

September 19th, 2005 by Jabez Gan [MVP]

News from everywhere is reporting that Jack Pearce or JC from JCXP.NET has found a way to add sidebar in build 5219! But no, this isn’t a reg hack or modifying the INF to ‘unhide’ it. I have no clue where they got the files from, but here is the source!

Note: Adding a sidebar might get your *bugs* invalidated, so why not not using it if you are an official tester?

Official Source: Jack Pearce
Alternative Source: JCXP Forum

Posted in Windows Vista | 6 Comments »


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6 Responses

  1. Patrick E Says:

    Personally for me, I thought the sidebar was useless and took up too much space on the screen, I am glad to see it not there by default. 🙂

  2. Deansweb2004 Says:

    Firstly, He did not leak the Files, Plus I know where he got them from, but they dont want to be mentioned.

    He copyed the Files and the nfo file from Jack Pearce (www.jackpearce.com).

    I have been confirmed from many places within the Beta Community Jack Pearce and the leaker. Jack from JCXP declines it over MSN 🙂

  3. Patrick S Says:

    Yea, If i could I would prob use it but I wonder if ther are any side effects.
    Oh and if anyone is wondering its native to Vista and wont run on XP (no WinFX, avalon or indigo etc) 😛

  4. Jabez Gan Says:

    Updated to include both source since we can’t confirm who got the sidebar 1st…

  5. Jack CHapple Says:

    Oh by the way “Jack from JCXP declines it over MSN” .. despite the fact that your retarded comment doesn’t even make sense… I didn’t decline anything, you never even told be you doubted that I had it before Jack Pearce so W.T.F!!!

  6. Samuel Wilson Says:

    I really appreciate what you’re doing here. Very interesting site. Revelations of John: http://weblogs.digital.udk-berlin.de/tim/archives/002117.html , So without further delays