Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview for Windows 7. Internet Explorer 10 was only available for Windows 8, but now Windows 7 users can enjoy the new IE 10. All version of Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 (SP1) or higher both 32-bit and 64-bit are supported. Find out which version of Windows 7 you’re running, click here
Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview English 32-bit: 22MB
Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview English 64-bit: 42MB
The Windows 8 Enterprise RTM 90-day evaluation is available. Microsoft said this Windows 8 90-day trial was for developers to build and test Windows 8 apps on the final version of Windows 8, but everyone are not blocked from downloading the evaluation edition.
Picohelp was able to register and begin download process of Windows 8 Enterprise RTM flawlessly. This evaluation version will expires after 90 days of use. I suggest you to install this Windows 8 as an alternative OS (Dual Boot) because when the evaluation period expires, you will have to reinstall it with a non-evaluation Windows 8 (purchased copy) or another OS.
32-bit (x86): Download Size 2.4 GB
64-bit (x64): Download Size 3.4 GB
Things to Know Before You Start
- The evaluation edition will expire and cannot be upgraded.
- To upgrade, the evaluation must be uninstalled and a non-evaluation version of Windows must be re-installed from your original installation media.
- Consider running the evaluation edition in a virtual environment or installing on a separate hard drive or partition. The will allow you to upgrade your original Windows installation to Windows 8.
- During registration (required) you must login with a Microsoft account and provide your name, e-mail address and country.
- You are required to activate the product online within 10 days after installing.
- Once the evaluation is installed, you cannot upgrade. To revert to a previous version of Windows, you must do a clean install from your original installation media.
Activation and Usage Guidelines
- Back up your files and settings before installing this evaluation and again prior to the 90-day expiration.
- Upon installation, Windows will prompt you to activate. A product key is not required for this software.
- You must complete activation before August 15, 2013, to use this evaluation.
- Once you activate, you have up to 90 days to use the software. You can track the amount of time you have left by referring to the “watermark” in the lower right corner of the Windows desktop.
- If you fail to activate this evaluation after installation, or if your evaluation period expires, the desktop background will turn black, you will see a persistent desktop notification indicating that the system is not genuine, and the PC will shut down every hour losing unsaved work.
- Following the evaluation period, you will need to replace the operating system on your test computer and reinstall all your programs and data. It is not possible to upgrade the evaluation to a licensed working version of Windows 8. A clean installation is required.
Both Windows 8 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available as ISO files in the following languages: English, English (UK), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), and Spanish
You can download
the latest version of Windows 8 (Release Preview) here:
Windows 8 SETUP-ENGLISH:
Not recommended. This SETUP installer only allows you to upgrade your existing Windows installation and will not allow you to install Windows 8 to a separate hdd or partition.
Windows 8 ISO-ENGLISH:
Q: When does the Windows 8 Release Preview expire?
A: The Windows 8 Release Preview will expire January 15 2013
Q: Windows 8 system requirements?
A: Windows 8 system requirements are the same as Windows 7
- Processor: 1 GHz or faster
- RAM: 1 GB (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
- Hard disk: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
- Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
Q: How to use touch input features?
A: You need touch enabled hardware such as tablet or a monitor that supports multi-touch
Q: Minimum screen resolution requirements for Windows 8 ?
A: To access the Windows Store and to download and run Metro applications, a screen resolution of 1024×768 or higher is required