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aviv00

Windows 7 RC release

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http://www.engadget.com/2009/04/18/windows...out-now-for-ms/

http://windows7center.com/news/windows-7-r...sed-on-may-5th/

https://partner.microsoft.com/US/40084742

download now if u partner

"Download Windows 7 RC

Partners: If you have a subscription to MSDN or TechNet, you can download Windows 7 RC now. Otherwise, you can download Windows 7 RC starting May 5, 2009."

someone know what the bulid :)?

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Right now, it's available to OEMs only. Those of us with a Technet subscription still have to wait a little longer.

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some ppls say its could be mistake

and the page was published before its should be

hope its not true :)

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I'm just curious.

So far the only problem I've seen with the beta versions is the things that are missing.

Like 'Classic' screens and menu's and a working email client.

That's just the tip of the iceberg.

Many things that I could easily set or change in previous OS's, just can't be done in Win-7.

Hopefully, some of the most excellent Script writers will come up with .reg scripts to take

care of those issues.

For instance, I'd like to shut off "Hibernate" to get rid of that huge 'Hiberfil.sys' file in my root

directory, but unlike previous OS's, I can't find the box to UN-Check.

So far, there's no love affair here for Win-7, even though it runs much faster than XP on this

system.

So for me, Win-7 is just another "Wait and see".

:hello:

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[...]

For instance, I'd like to shut off "Hibernate" to get rid of that huge 'Hiberfil.sys' file in my root

directory, but unlike previous OS's, I can't find the box to UN-Check.

[...]

Fire up a command prompt under administrative privileges and type "powercfg -h off" without the quotes then hit Enter. Good luck! :hello:

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[...]

For instance, I'd like to shut off "Hibernate" to get rid of that huge 'Hiberfil.sys' file in my root

directory, but unlike previous OS's, I can't find the box to UN-Check.

[...]

Fire up a command prompt under administrative privileges and type "powercfg -h off" without the quotes then hit Enter. Good luck! :hello:

Nitro...

I've found that when you suggest something, I take it to heart.

The command worked just fine. Thank you.

I've committed it to a batch file, so I can now use it on other PC's with less time at the keyboard. :thumbup

Thanks again.

B)

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