Windows 7 Windows 7 Beta Leaked

Kyle

New Member
#1
Windows 7 Beta Build 7000 has been leaked to the internets as of 2 am this morning.
Just thought I'd let you guys know :)
 


#2
thank you! :)
many links all over the net for it...
I think I'll wait for RS links
 


#3
Great stuff Kyle! ;) I'm sure we'll start to get some interesting reviews now... I'll have to see if I can get it when I'm off work, hopefully MS hasn't ruined it yet... :)
 


iroken22

Extraordinary Member
Premium Supporter
#4
Build 7000 is amazing but is not very different from the build 6956. As of yet i have not found any major changes, but there may be a couple underlying changes in the code structure. And yes there is a way to activate the beta version.
 


#5
Any official word yet on the exact release date of the public Beta?? I've heard so many different dates I'm not sure which to believe.. ;)
 


iroken22

Extraordinary Member
Premium Supporter
#6
Any official word yet on the exact release date of the public Beta?? I've heard so many different dates I'm not sure which to believe.. ;)
Radenight get on windows live messenger and contact my messenger sn at compunerd451@insightbb.com and we can talk there.
 


#7
Sorry Iroken22, I'm at work right now and can't access messenger and I'm not a fan of using the web based alternatives.. I'll be on windows live messenger later on this evening though when I get home (around 11pm), we'll talk then if your on...
 


Kyle

New Member
#8
Build 7000 is amazing but is not very different from the build 6956. As of yet i have not found any major changes, but there may be a couple underlying changes in the code structure. And yes there is a way to activate the beta version.
Also, it's more stable, has less driver errors, is not a daily build (Which means it can be updated through Windows Updates) and has been optimized again in the boot area.
 


dyrer

New Member
#9
I do really like the upcoming version of windows. Windows vista was a disaster slow and unreliable.
Am looking forward for windows 7 final
 


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