Windows 7 is getting as much hype as possible, with people discussing it left and right and debating various decisions made by Microsoft. With the promise that Windows 7 will be a new, revolutionary operating system that will live up to our expectations, there are more and more people that want to take a peak of it. And now they can!
Brandon Leblanc has posted on the official Windows 7 development blog that the official RC will be available starting Aplril 30th for MSDN and TechNet subscribers and on May 5th for the broad public.
He stated that the team has been working very hard to solve as much of the feedback sent by the beta testers as possible : “You guys have been busy. At the peak of the feedback cycle, we were receiving a “Send Feedback” report every 15 seconds for an entire week.” Thanks to that intense feedback analyzing, a lot of bugs have been fixed while refinements have been done to the new taskbar, the way Aero Peek behaves, the Windows Media Player has received some new updates, and much more “modeling” work. Let’s hope that the team had enough time to solve all the problems that the beta testers have depicted.
While the product is still under development we are only days away from being able to download the Release Candidate for what seems to be the best operating system launched in the past decade.