Microsoft released Windows 7 in beta form last month. Then they closed the beta, then opened it again. For those that don't know, Windows 7 is Microsoft's latest operating system, set to replace Vista.
I have downloaded it myself, and we run it at our office in a "virtual" window. I am fairly impresed so far. It has great promise.
Please DO NOT RUN THIS SOFTWARE IN A PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT! What this means is you should not install this software on any computer that you don't want to lose data on. You should expect to lose data on any machine you put this on. After all, it's beta. That means testing mode. If you want to try it out, the link is here.
To Your Success,
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My name is Jeff and I work with the Windows Outreach Team. I am glad to see you have been impressed with Windows 7 Beta thus far. From what I have seen, most people are having experiences similar to yours and are very eager to see what the final version looks like once it is released.
One quick note on availability for everyone, the Beta download has now been closed to new downloads. Those have started the download have until 9am Pacific Time Feb. 12 to complete their download of the Windows 7 Beta.
Thanks again Tim for being a Beta tester.
Windows Outreach Team
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