According to rumours, Windows 7 Beta may withdraw as early as October

September 17, 2008, 11:22 am

according to rumours, windows 7 beta may withdraw as early as october   Corporation Microsoft, obviously, wants to close the chapter of its history, which is linked to Windows Vista, as soon as possible. According to recent reports, analysts, the beta version of Windows 7 can be expected over the next eight weeks, a final version of the new OS may appear as early as mid-2009.
According to an article published in the resource Computerworld, the first beta version of Windows 7 can be represented in one of two conferences for developers. The first of these, Professional Developers Conference, held October 27-30, and the second - Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) - will take place from 5 to 7 November. According to analyst Michael Cherry (Michael Cherry), beta version of Windows 7, likely will be shown at WinHEC.
site Internetnews reports that build 7 for Windows developers are already available. In addition, citing its own sources, resource reports that, under the domestic calendar, Microsoft, the ultimate version of Windows exit 7 is scheduled for June 3 next year.
So far, Microsoft has not confirmed rumours about the release date of beta and final release. Previously, the corporation reported that 7 edition of Windows scheduled for 2010. In addition, Microsoft promised to publish details about the new operating system during the month of September.


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