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An unpublished beta version of Windows 7 has been leaked – PCW

An unpublished beta version of Windows 7 has been leaked – PCW

Software from 15 years ago is now freely available to anyone.

Windows 7 was one of the best and most popular operating systems ever, but in 2024, it's time to ditch it. It has not received security updates for many years, so we put our data at serious risk if we stick with this version, and now the developers of most platforms have removed it from the list of supported operating systems, so Google Drive and Steam no longer have it working properly.

Support was officially ended by Microsoft in January 2020, but now the beta version the team was working on in July 2008 has been revealed.

the BetaWiki On the page, there is also a detailed description of the changes that are included in the package officially known as Windows build 7 6758, You can also download it from InternetArchive, If anyone wants to try it.

Of course, there are not only unannounced architecture changes, but we can also discover many innovations that were not included in previous versions, but were included in the last version of the RTM (issued for manufacturers) released in 2009. These are, for example For example, Creative Paint, simplified UAC, or Control Panel. Meanwhile, the calculator's unique design has been rolled back in official updates.

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