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Are you a TechNet Plus subscriber? Might want to be soon…

Are you a TechNet Plus subscriber? Might want to be soon…

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Remember how we talk about the TechNet Plus subscription and all of the cool products in the download area in .ISO format?  Remember how I also remind you those downloads are the released products as well as some key Beta releases?  Remember that little button on my blog that get’s you a discount on said subscription?

Well if you’ve been paying attention to those reminders, then you are all set and ready to go for some juicy downloads that are coming… that’s a hint.

If you have been ignoring me, then now would be a great time to start a TechNet Plus subscription with my TMSAM07 discount code.  Click the picture above to get started.

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  • I already have a TechNet Plus subscription, so I hope all these hints are a beta release of Windows 7 downloadable on TechNet soon..... :D

  • doh!  Just noticed your "Filed Under" section, guess I should check the obvious signs before posting, thanks for the heads up about this though!

  • Yes I am ... but still no Windows 7 Beta :-(( really disappointing!!!

  • Yes, I am a subscriber and have been for the past 3 years. It's good to see that we haven't been forgotten.  

  • I am a subscriber.  It was my understanding that TechNet subscribers were going to have access to the official public beta of Windows 7 at least one week prior to the general population. What gives? Maybe I should not renew when the time comes.

  • Is there going to be a Win7 64x Beta release ? Might take the plunge for that

  • Should be getting MSDN soon so i hope to see this beta on there.

  • Jon,

    I can't say for sure until I see us release the beta, and can actually see what we are providing, to whom, and at what locations.

    But, considering how many people are now running machines with more than 4GB of memory, I think it's a safe bet we'd want some testing coverage on the x64 versions of the desktop and server operating systems.  We have provided both the x86 and x64 versions in the past, so I would be surprised if we didn't with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.