CONFIRMED – Windows 7 RTM, Server 2008, and Office 2010 Beta Leaked

The previously rumored leak has been confirmed.

Wzor has placed the download links to the Windows 7 RTM on their home page, and it definitely the real deal. The build string is:

This build string is a huge jump from the build before the RTM, and it also has a valid digital signature (cannot be faked). This is straight out of Microsoft, and has been leaked to major P2P sites (x64 only so far) (the original torrent is on Wzor). Windows 7 Server 2008 has also been leaked (again, only as x64), and the Beta version of Office 2010 has been leaked too (x86 and x64).

Although the title for the Office 2010 Beta still says “Technical Preview,” the build number confirms the Beta (14.0.4302.1000).

Now, onto the file details (the good stuff):

Windows 7 7600 RTM (x64):
Size: 3,224,717,312 bytes
MD5: E6CE9644D0C7A8E1C950D257A7B2C8A4
SHA-1: 31849B315290EFABFD81F967ED3C553D82925E4C

Windows 7 Server 2008 RTM (x64):
7600.16384.amd64fre.win7_rtm.090710-1945.serverenterprise_en-us_vl. serverenterprise.vhd or
SIZE: 6,857,337,856 bytes
CRC: 2AA7974F
SHA1: EA13B569AD4EA4F34955D1FB8A7ADFF8A30297E6
MD5: EC65EE9F3B18F7A232F8B0073A02216A

Office 2010 Beta (x86):
Size: 798,101,835 bytes
CRC32: 8BE7AB28
MD5: 874AE2B75AD8FAF169784AFEC099B526
SHA-1: E8E13E9DF771314C2B8A615B4952A49DDE3C9117

Office 2010 Beta (x64):
Size: 893,402,501 bytes
MD5: 24A46B000B79520969508CF940D6D581
SHA-1: E22690C6E63ACF0D0BDF9588E8308C5C855A38BC

Keep watch here on Windows 7 News for the report of the x86 leak of the Windows 7 RTM and the Server 2008 RTM.

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16 Responses to CONFIRMED – Windows 7 RTM, Server 2008, and Office 2010 Beta Leaked

  1. windows7full July 13, 2009 at 9:58 am #

    To find and download Office 2010 and Windows 7 b.7010 use this search engine:

  2. Melvin July 13, 2009 at 8:58 am #

    Not confirmed by Microsoft, so nothing is sure yet. 😉

  3. Michel July 13, 2009 at 9:15 am #

    So who confirmed it?
    I think Steve Ballmer will tomorrow…

  4. halo July 13, 2009 at 9:33 am #

    sorry. i`m so beginner!
    what`s the meaning of “leaked”?

    • eternity0022 July 13, 2009 at 10:19 am #

      Leaked here means it became available before public announcement or public release by the company(microsoft)…but yet again, it means you got pissed on lmao :d

      • eternity0022 July 13, 2009 at 10:24 am #

        sorry halo…didn’t mean to insult you..i just found that guy’s comment funny..thats all

  5. haloIsADumbass July 13, 2009 at 9:38 am #

    Stop being a n00b. Leaked means you got pissed on.

  6. Edge July 13, 2009 at 10:34 am #

    Epic fail. Windows 7 RTM is not leaked. 7600 is a RTM candidate.

  7. Stephen July 13, 2009 at 11:43 am #

    This site really should be called Windows 7 Rumor Central. Microsoft has just come out and announced: 1) No, they have not finalized the RTM, and 2) No, they are not announcing the release of the RTM today. To be specific:

    “Contrary to the wide reports that we have an RTM build and plan to announce it today, we will do neither,” said a Microsoft representative who asked not to be named. “I’m not sure where the report of the 13th originated, but it’s nothing we’ve confirmed and it’s simply false. We will RTM before the end of the month as previously announced (,2817,2350114,00.asp).”

    All that has been confirmed is that there is another rumor and another leaked build purported by some to be the RTM build. Unless you are applying some different interpretation of “confirmed,” the facts demonstrate otherwise. Personally, given the well documented history of Microsoft corporate superstition, it has always seemed highly unlikely to me that they would announce on the 13th. Likewise, my bet would still be on a build 7700 being the RTM version….


    • Robert July 13, 2009 at 1:15 pm #

      Microsoft has a strong tendency to deny rumors, then confirm them later. MSFT tries to be secretive and fails at it.

      Wzor, on the other hand, is a reliable leaking site and has always delivered good leaks. It’s reliable enough to consider their word confirmed.

      • Stephen July 13, 2009 at 4:52 pm #

        It is past close of business at the conference and about to be past COB in Washington state, and it appears that there is still no announcement. Well, no announcement other than the one that the RTM build was not finished, had not been numbered, and would not be announced at the conference. Sorry, but until proven otherwise, this is just another build that happens to suggest where the RTM numbering may go.

        I also am still fascinated at the prospect of people taking the word of a site that leaks proprietary stuff as confirmed over the company that produces the product. It is a sad statement when one chooses to “trust” the ones who are engaging in (or aiding and abetting) an unethical and illegal practice. The RTM version becomes the RTM version when it is announced as such, not when bloggers, rumor mills, and people of questionable ethics say it is….


  8. Edge July 13, 2009 at 11:58 am #

    Windows 7 RTM wont be build 7700 build.
    Look how it was with windows vista..

  9. Franco July 13, 2009 at 4:32 pm #

    Translated from
    The fact that this 7600.16384.090710-1945 is not yet final assembly, I am sure at 99.99%, but this naiblizhayshaya assembly to the finale, finale may be something like this: 7600.19000.

  10. Mo July 14, 2009 at 8:55 am #

    Microsoft claims these are not the real deal:

  11. Stephen July 14, 2009 at 9:48 am #

    Is anyone having a problem with Outlook Connector working with Outlook 2010?

    I downloaded the version thats compatible with Office 2010/2007/2003 and I’m getting a message telling me I need to have Office 10 installed in order to use the Outlook Connector.

    Any idea how to fix this??

  12. Gagan July 15, 2009 at 9:52 am #

    Im completely agree with Stephen this site really should be called Windows 7 nd Many of the internet community including torrents poping up windows 7 RTM 7600 “leaked” It is expected to hit RTM 7600 on 13th july but it was not. Today Microsoft representatives itself confirmed this theory, dispelling the rumors and stating that the “RTM” builds are fakes in a blogs later on today Microsoft can declare its RTM released date nd its version. I guess it would be near Build 7700 RTM,

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