Windows 7 Beta 1 Build 7000 available for download

Windows 7 Beta (probably Beta 1) Build 7000 is now available for download. Please check your favorite Torrent sites.

Windows 7 Beta 1 is supposed to be released on January 13th 2009 but I have discovered that it is already available for download on many Torrent and BitTorrent sites. I am downloading one right now and so far reports say that Windows 7 Beta 1 Build 7000 performs better than Windows 7 Build 6801. Some say that Windows 7 Beta 1 Build 7000 memory usage has improved somehow and many features that were purposely hidden in previous builds have been unlocked and now active. Watch the following video to see some of Windows 7 Beta 1 Build 7000 new features.


I do not recommend readers to download and install Windows 7 Beta 1 Build 7000 over your existing Windows. Take note that those ISO images of Windows 7 Beta 1 Build 7000 found at Torrent and BitTorrent sites right now may have been tampered with. It is best to wait for the official release from Microsoft.

Updated on January 23rd 2009 3:00 AM:

You may download the Official Windows 7 Beta straight from Microsoft.
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Jessen said...

Cool! I wish I could install it in my pc.

Patty @littlebytesnews said...

Thanks, was curious about installing it, but didn't want to put over working system...also wish I had more memory on my system for all the multitasking I like to do 2gb isn't enough anymore ☺

Reviews said...

thank you very much,this is installing but don not need over working system

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