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Microsoft announced recently that on the 5th May 2009 they would make the Windows 7 Release Candidate available to the public for download. Well, today is the 5th and it is out there and ready for download. Those of you who have MSDN and TechNet have had a few extra days as it was made available last week.
Microsoft have made available both the 32bit and 64bit editions of Windows 7 Ultimate for you to play with, but if you were looking for a different version you won’t be able to get it.
I love Windows 7, it is so much better than previous versions of Windows 🙂
Anyway, if you want to download Windows 7 and try it for yourself, click here.
Since upgrading from XP requires a clean install will the purchase install next year require another clean install? Does that mean that next March will I have to install everything all over again?
Does Windows 7 come with Media Center?
To be honest Tim it is always a good idea to do a clean install from a beta, even though its a pain with all your data and settings. There is a feature called Windows East Transfer which should help though. And yes, Ultimate (the version of the beta) comes with Media Center and it is great!
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