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Windows 2010 - The visual version:
The word Window originates from the Old Norse vindauga, from vindr "wind" and auga "eye." "Vindauga" is still used in Icelandic, as well as some Norwegian and Swedish dialects to mean exactly the same thing: window. It is first recorded in the early 13th century, and originally referred to an unglazed hole in a roof. Window replaced the Old English eag■yrl, which literally means "eye-hole," and eagduru, "eye-door". Most Germanic languages however adopted the Latin word fenestra to describe a window with glass, such as Swedish f÷nster, or German Fenster. Notable exceptions to this, apart from English, are Danish and Norwegian, with the English word window closely resembling the words vindue and vindu respectively. This is probably due to the Scandinavian influence on the English language by means of loanwords during the Viking Age. In English the word fenester was used as a parallel until the mid-1700s and fenestration is still used to describe the arrangement of windows within a facade.
C-through
C-through
What happened in there?
What happened in there?
Good 2 have Neighbours on Burano
Good 2 have Neighbours on Burano
Voyeur
Voyeur
3 Windows - 1 fake
3 Windows - 1 fake
Window with limited access
Window with limited access
Not Straight
Not Straight
Window through window
Window through window
Windows 2010 - no password
Windows 2010 - no password
Old Windows or DOS 6.22 ?
Old Windows or DOS 6.22 ?
Straw window roof
Straw window roof
Micro window not soft
Micro window not soft
Used wall, open window
Used wall, open window
Closed corner
Closed corner
Rosetta
Rosetta
Classic Window
Classic Window
Old fashioned
Old fashioned
Been window?
Been window?
Windows with a message
Windows with a message
Lots of windows
Lots of windows
Inside out, or was it the other way around
Inside out, or was it the other way around
Been window
Been window
WiRed
WiRed
1 down 1 up
1 down 1 up
All closed
All closed
Wall Light
Wall Light
Air light
Air light
Twins
Twins
Order
Order
Roof Window
Roof Window
Not too much openness
Not too much openness
In EU integrated Italian window (half-closed)
In EU integrated Italian window (half-closed)
In EU integrated Italian window (half-closed)
In EU integrated Italian window (half-closed)
Windoors...
Windoors...
Window-, Knife- and Spoon-shopping
Window-, Knife- and Spoon-shopping