Windows 7 Beta – How To Download, Dual Boot With Windows XP/Vista And Should I Try?
Couple of day ago Microsoft announced the availability of Windows 7 beta for the masses from 9th January 2009 onwards. The number of beta downloads allowed by Microsoft are limited to 2.5 million. Even though this number is very high, there is lot of demand from tech savvy people. So better rush to the Windows 7 download page and grab your copy right now if you are interested to have hands on.
Should I Try Windows 7 Beta
Given the popularity of Windows 7, the servers of Microsoft are crashing due to the huge demand for Windows 7 downloads. But not everyone are Microsoft fans. If you have any doubt on whether to try Windows 7 beta or not then go through these articles and make a better decision
ZDNet – Reason's to Skip Microsoft's Windows 7 Beta Download This article lists the negatives that are found in Windows 7 and explains the reasons why you should not try Windows 7 beta. If you love Microsoft, none of the reasons can stop you from trying Windows 7!
Windows 7 Beta download is available from Microsoft web site as well as from Torrent sites. It is safe to download the legit version but keep in mind that only first 2.5 million users will be allowed to download
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ttp://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/default.aspx”>Link to download Windows 7 for Non-Technet and Non-MSDN Subscribers
Installing And Dual Booting Windows 7 Beta With XP & Vista
Windows 7 beta supports clean installation as well as upgrading from Windows Vista SP1. It is recommended to go for a clean installation on a spare PC or go with clean installation + dual boot with your Windows XP or Windows Vista PC.
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In this article you will find a detailed tutorial about how to dual boot Windows 7 and XP without burning a DVD for Windows 7 installation. Practically you can install it directly from XP and all applications installed in XP works in Windows 7 without reinstalling them: just create shortcuts. The article link: http://www.downloadtube.com/blog/2009/01/13/dual-boot-windows-7-and-xp-easily-windows-7-installation-directly-from-xp-without-a-livedvd/
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