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Ladies and Gentlemen – start your download engines.
Like most of the “geek” world of technical enthusiasts and professionals who have been waiting with baited breath for the official RTM ISO files to be available – I have been watching the Subscriber Download site most of the day in the background and hitting refresh periodically. Well – the wait is over.
(alternate “top downloads” link for faster download of ISO only)
I’ve got it up and running on a couple of boxes (grabbed an internal ISO last week) and I can say that I’m quite impressed.
While you are waiting for the download to complete – some things to think about:
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I got a taste of RTM this morning!
Not making this up. I really find it FASTER!
And in just a few weeks.... 2008 R2! LIVE MIGRATION! DIRECT ACCESS!
YEAH! What an AMAZING SUMMER! WOOO!
And followed up in a month after by Techdays_CA 2009 for dessert!
I wwas wondering if I was qualified to have a copy of W7. I have been involved in all of your Beta's and the RC since the very first,have also enjoyed it very much.
Kris if you were on the Windows 7 Beta through Connect.Microsoft.Com you can now download Windows 7 RTM.