MS packs yet more tweaks into ‘near-ready’ Windows 7
Release Candidate now with 63 changes (and counting)
Microsoft has announced 27 more changes to its upcoming Windows 7 operating system.
The software giant, which seems to be increasingly in a rush to shove its next OS out the door, said today it had applied yet another set of tweaks to the release candidate of Windows 7 following
gripes suggestions from beta testers.
The RC is widely expected to land next month. However Microsoft, presumably mindful of delays, still hasn’t confirmed an official date for the near-ready release of the operating system.
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