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Noob Whisperer
#1
ISO images and key.
You don't need to do anything special
As this is a pre-release version, please be cautious as to how you go about the installation and avoid upgrading your current OS, ideally you may wish to test on a non-production machine, virtual machine, dual boot scenario or a completely separate drive installed alone and used independently for this purpose only.
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kemical

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#2
Thanks Randy... Downloading. :)
 


Trouble

Noob Whisperer
#3
Also is available on TechNet, which may be slightly faster if you run into problems Ross.
 


kemical

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#4
Thanks Randy I'll check..
 


davehc

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#5
I got it off MSDN - quite a good speed I'll be burning and installing tomorrow.
 


Captain Jack

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#6
I might wait till weekend ..
 


#7
Win8 Build Team just E-mailed my links to Win8 RP via Connect. DLing as I write this. Guess I know what I'm doing today, eh?

Cheers,
Drew
 


kemical

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#8
Installed and running very nicely.. Slight changes here and there with aero still very much in effect, in fact even more so than the previous incarnation.
 


Mike

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#9
Can you post some screenshots, Ross? I've got both x64 and x32, but just recently got back to the office and need to get down to business. I am tired, but it looks like I'll be burning the midnight oil, so to speak, for this one.
 


#10
I, too, am completely up & running w/ the RP. Anybody have or can suggest some strong words for fast, smooth & do what it should, really, well? Installing an OS (w/ this thing) sure has become quick, simple & easy!

I started to put Abode Flash in & then, woke up & went, "You silly boy, that's not necessary, anymore". Put WinRAR in, only to take it out, don't need that either, anymore. Etc, etc. Don't have to install printers, cameras & so on, anymore...install finishes & everything is done & in about 15 mins.

I only run x64. I quit bothering w/ x86 sometime not long after I started w/ Win7. Had both, @ the onset w/ 7 & shortly thereafter tossed the x86...was never using it, anyway. Don't even give x86 a thought, anymore.

Cheers,
Drew
 


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