Re: LEAKED Windows 7 finalised – Build 7600 new: 32 bit version

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August 4, 2009 at 8:11 am #88363

W7NBrandon
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I have an activator that works properly.&nbsp; Half the world have used it now <!– s;) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!– s;) –>.&nbsp; You guys really are behind….&nbsp; Send me an email at <!– e –><a href="mailto:brandon.scott03@gmail.com">brandon.scott03@gmail.com</a><!– e –> if you want it as everything-microsoft doesn’t support this…

September 14, 2009 at 6:19 pm #88475

Veedaz
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I per-ordered Windows 7 Pro X2 and as there is only 37 days until its release I will wait and just use RC1 until 7 Pro is delivered&nbsp; <!– s:) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smiley.gif" alt=":)" title="Smiley" /><!– s:) –>

September 15, 2009 at 8:21 am #88480

W7NOmoronovo
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I’ve been running Windows 7 Ultimate (genuine) for around a month now. I got it on August 7th when it was released to MSDN/Technet.
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April 13, 2010 at 3:20 pm #89377

charchilp
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If you use a activate to activate this version, will the key be "genuine"?

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April 14, 2010 at 11:23 am #89380

W7NOmoronovo
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&quot;charchilp&quot;:zh4vbbl8 wrote:
If you use a activate to activate this version, will the key be "genuine"?
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If you mean, if you use an activator to activate it? Technically the key is genuine yes, but because you are not activating it through having a legal machine to be using it on, your use of it is not legal. So, genuine = yes, legal = no.

May 11, 2010 at 2:22 am #89457

gshan12
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I’m still using RC.&nbsp; Is 7600 or any of the newer builds sufficiently better to move up to them?&nbsp; Where can I find a summary of the changes between the builds?

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May 11, 2010 at 9:17 am #89458

W7NOmoronovo
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&quot;gshan12&quot;:qxksjx6n wrote:
I’m still using RC.&nbsp; Is 7600 or any of the newer builds sufficiently better to move up to them?&nbsp; Where can I find a summary of the changes between the builds?

Thnaks…its working
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There are many compelling reasons to upgrade from the RC.

1. The RC build will stop working on June 1st, unless you’re willing to download unofficial patches or cracks for the operating system. At this point, the desktop will go black, you’ll get "Windows is not genuine" etc.
2. The RC build has not received any updates for security, performance, compatibility, or stability since build 7600 was released. You must upgrade as soon as possible, as the RC build has a few security problems that have since been fixed in the later builds or through patches.
3. You will get no support from Microsoft (or anyone else) whilst using an unsupported operating system, if you experience any problems with it.
4. You have no guarantee of compatibility with applications designed to run solely on build 7600; this is unlikely but possible, and one of the unknowns in using pre-release software well past the final release.

These are some of the more important reasons to upgrade, and I urge you to do it as soon as possible.

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