Windows 7 Solor 7137 soonish

x64: 7137.0.090521-1745_x64fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULXFRER_EN_DVD.iso

MD5 0d863472414efc337d032e8ed33c347b
SHA1 8e35d15281a554fd890ad682249e485b9b82278c
CRC32 06047573

x86: 7137.0.090521-1745_x86fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULFRER_EN_DVD.iso

MD5 2f7520915dff55380e979e67ae4687db
SHA1 ff9c8751095e77be0fd4a0a0a937e3eab0c18943
CRC32 3d4eef0c
 

oscarjk58

New Member
Downloading it now. The x64 is only 3.03 Gb compared to 3.25 on build 7127 but otherwise looks good.
 
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thomaskc

New Member
Are the small UI changes to icons and such in this build too or will that be from 7140 and above only ?

Just wondering :)
 

loathe

New Member
Are the small UI changes to icons and such in this build too or will that be from 7140 and above only ?

Just wondering :)
No. Unfortunately it doesnt look like they will happen. 7140 was fake at the time of the post. Changes like that are entirely possible, but unlikely at this stage of development.
 

Master Chief

New Member
Hmm...I remember reading somewhere that upgrading might result in worse performance upgrading from prelease to prelease...that's why I'm doing a clean install.

Has anyone noticed anything new/different from 7127?
 

banny7000

New Member
the upgrade failed from 7127 to this 7137 for me not to worry i did a clean install probably for the best anyway,just finishing installing my fav software then i,m gonna give it some throttle..
 

thomaskc

New Member
Ive upgraded with all builds, did a clean for 7127 but all before I just upgraded, and I am upgrading from 7127 to 37 as I write here, seems to be working just perfect like always. Never had any performance loss or anything from it.

Its true that in the early days upgrading windows with just a bad idea, but with vista sp1 and forth it really works pretty damn well.
 
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