In case you hadn't heard, maybe because your cable TV and internet connection has been down the last few days and you refuse to read the newspaper J, you can download Windows 7 from the Windows 7 Beta Customer Preview Program web site. If you're a TechNet subscriber download the beta from here.
So, if you're an IT Pro and want to try Windows 7 on your lab computers or on a secondary PC go download the beta ASAP!!! But before you do, check out the information below and make sure you're able to perform the requirements, (more detail is at the Windows 7 Beta Customer Preview Program web site).
Because Microsoft is only making this pre-release version of Windows 7 available to the first 2.5 million people who download, so if you want it download early before the servers get shut-off.
This is a beta and comes with all the usual caveats to beta software. So run at your own risk in production. (See below for more information on what you need to make sure of before you install the beta).
Yes, here's a check list from the download website that you need to know before you install the beta:
These are the Microsoft minimum hardware recommendations for systems that will be running the Windows 7 Beta. These recommendations are specific to the beta release and are subject to change:
Happy Beta testing!!!!!
Well, we have all read much about Windows 7 and it is now available for public download ( http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/beta-download.aspx