Microsoft has just released their Windows 7 release candidate to the general public as promised, where users will be able to access an improved version of the public beta, featuring a modified taskbar and Aero Peek behavior, several performance improvements and touchscreen-accessible features. Similar to the developer release, this build will require you to own a machine that runs on at least a 1GHz processor alongside a DirectX 9-capable graphics processor at the very least. You can opt for either 32- or 64-bit versions, so make sure you have at least 2GB RAM if you opt for the latter. Unlimited keys are available for the Windows 7 pre-release although Microsoft’s generosity in that department will end this July.
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