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According to this, then Windows 7 RTM has been released yesterday.
Does anyone know where to download it? I have a MSDN subscription.
Have a great day, Erik
According to Windows blog, officially they have not released Windows 7 RTM yet - http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/windows7/archive/2009/07/13/update-on-windows-7-rtm.aspx
I am sure you are aware of this already. Windows 7 RC was made available quite a while ago - http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx.
Thank you. No I had actually gotten the impression that the "announcement" made on Microsoft World Partner Conference about Windows 7 was "the Windows 7 RTM announcement". But you're right. That blog post say it. It should be announced in the 2nd half of July (hay 2nd. half starts tomorrow).
Yes I know about the RC, and although I know many who are very happy with the RC, but I'm not 20 anymore - back then I installed all the beta's I could get my hands on. Now I'm much more care about if my PC is stable or not.
Well now the final dates are released:
In reply to Erik P. Ernst:
If you didn't notice it, then Windows 7 RTM was released and made available for download last Thursday August 7th.
I downloaded my copy (3 GB) and installed it Friday. If you have a Microsoft MSDN or Technet subscription then you can download now. Otherwise you have to wait. If you want a Technet subscription then I actually have found a blog post where you can get 25% discount using its promocode to by Technet..
As to running Windows 7, then I have still to experience why people say this is better than Windows Vista. I think I've been one of the few people who actually liked Windows Vista. And so far I don't really see it should be better. But at least it's not worse than Vista and it only took me half a day to upgrade.
Erik P. ErnstAs to running Windows 7, then I have still to experience why people say this is better than Windows Vista
Win7 is not so hardware-hungry as Vista (CPU & especially RAM). Don't know is Win7 really better, but it definitely is "less worse"
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