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Skilover

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I am curious if anyone knows how to sign up to Beta test Windows 7? I didn't get to install the pre-beta releases, but understand it has proven to be very stable, remarkably so


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Kingsman

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BUMP this is a question I need an answer also.

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cluberti

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Beta dates haven't been announced yet, and the initial beta program is invite-only. Once it's widely available, it'll be up on connect and every site in the known universe will be screaming it from the rooftops.

You won't miss it, trust me. It won't be possible :).
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if you were a tester for Vista you'll get an invite from MS to sign in to the beta test. If not, wait for a public beta
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You won't miss it, trust me. It won't be possible


hope not im counting on you cluberti :P




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