Availability date of Windows 7 beta 1 prolonged.
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Monday, 26 January 2009 12:34

Windows 7 availability prolonged.The Windows team blog has been updated again, with very good news. According to the press release Microsoft have enough beta testers now, but they have still decided to expand the time table for the availability of Windows 7 beta 1. The official stop date was until yesterday the 24th of January 2009, the date has now changed to the 10th of February 2009. Read more to see the full press release.

"First off: thank you for your interest in beta testing Windows 7! As we near January 24th, we wanted to update everyone again on the next steps for the Windows 7 Beta. The amount of feedback we have received has been amazing and continues to pour in. We are at a point where we have more than enough beta testers and feedback coming in to meet our engineering needs, so we are beginning to plan the end of general availability for Windows 7 Beta.
Because enthusiasm continues to be so high for the Windows 7 Beta and we don’t want anyone to miss out we will keep the Beta downloads open through February 10th. Customers who have started but not completed the download process  will be able to do so through February 12th."

Source: windowsteamblog.com

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