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Tuesday, 13 January 2009 09:40

Windows 7 beta keys available until January 24th

Written by Jon Worrel

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In unlimited quantities

Microsoft's recently released Windows 7 beta has been proven an incredibly popular download over the past 72 hours or so as anxious testers  saturated bandwidth pipes to get their early fixings of product keys .  Due to an enormous surge in demand, Microsoft's beta download servers were jammed to a point where the company decided to delay the release until it could bring more servers online.

Rest assured, Microsoft has taken steps necessary to ensure a seamless download experience for its valued public audience.  Above all, the download volume has been extended from 2.5 million license keys to an unlimited number of license keys until January 24.  Nonetheless, this ultimately ensures that Microsoft has been working hard to give its early beta testers a fair opportunity to provide the company with the critical feedback it needs.

This edition of Windows 7 public beta is set to expire on August 1, but over five and a half months of testing time should prove sufficient for average users to get affiliated with the new OS.

Furthermore, the public beta is currently available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions in a total of five languages and can be downloaded from the official Microsoft page here.

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