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How do you get beta products easily

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lawrencep93

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How do you get them because I want windows 7 beta 1 for free when it comes out and I hard that there are new media centers and beta software which are really cool.


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go to PDC08 or WinHEC ;)

Perhaps it will be posted for Technet / MSDN Subscribers
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where is the PDC or WinHEC?
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I mean like when the first release of Beta versons are avaliable to most people how do I get one of the products to test.

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Betas will be out on connect.microsoft.com if you were invited to the beta test by MS.

The PDC08 is from October 27-30, 2008 in Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles
The Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) will also be at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California. November 4-6, 2008
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I get mine via Microsoft Connect also :)
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