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The Origami Experience 2.0 software is getting a four-part overview by Brandon LeBlanc at The Windows Experience blog. For the moment, Brandon just has an introductory post, but he promises part one very soon. As part of the Microsoft MVP program, James and I have been […]

Origamiexperience2The Origami Experience 2.0 software is getting a four-part overview by Brandon LeBlanc at The Windows Experience blog. For the moment, Brandon just has an introductory post, but he promises part one very soon. As part of the Microsoft MVP program, James and I have been able to look at and use a beta version of OE 2.0, and I’m looking forward to seeing how the final version shakes out. I don’t have any additional details on availability or if it will be made available as a free download to all UMPC owners (XP and Vista), so don’t ask just yet. I’m sure we’ll have the info soon enough unless Brandon shares it first.One thing I really liked in the beta version is shown in the above pic that Brandon posted. There are various bits that can be customized for weather and RSS feeds, which makes the entire experience better than the first go around in my opinion.

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  1. James Kendrick Monday, April 28, 2008

    I also got to use the released version of OE on the HTC Shift. It is nice but not my cup of tea.

  2. Mitchell Oke Monday, April 28, 2008

    I’ve been using it on my Shift review unit and it’s nice, but I’d rather just navigate using Windows tbh.

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