Microsoft lift 2.5 Million limit to Windows 7 beta

Just announced, Microsoft have recognised the release of the public beta has been problematic. In what’s really a good problem to have, Microsoft servers were overloaded with the shear...

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Just announced, Microsoft have recognised the release of the public beta has been problematic. In what’s really a good problem to have, Microsoft servers were overloaded with the shear volume of people trying to the download Windows 7 beta.

Given the interest, they’re now extending the public beta beyond the 2.5 million user limit, they had planned. Instead it will be available for the next 2 weeks.

Download it now.

More @ http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/windows7/archive/2009/01/10/here-s-where-we-stand.aspx

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