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Want to Try Windows 8? Download Here

7 December 2011

Windows 8 - Desktop View

Microsoft has released Windows 8 in BUILD conference held in Anaheim, Calif., Tuesday (13/09/2011). Windows 8, which introduced a new version is for developers or the so-called developer preview.

However, that does not mean you can not try it. Everyone can try it for free by downloading from sites that have been provided by Microsoft. There are three versions available for each of two 64 bit systems and one for 32 bit. Here are three versions of the following provided links to download each version.

– Windows Developer Preview Classic, 32-bit (x86) – Windows Developer Preview Classic, 64-bit (x64) – Windows Developer Preview with developer tools Classic, 64-bit (x64)

The file size of each of the above options vary, ranging from 2.8 GB to the very top, 3.6 GB for the middle and 4.8 GB for the very bottom. As stated by Microsoft, Windows 8 developer preview version is not final, so after downloading, you must store it in a CD or flash.

If you choose the version with “developer tools”, the user can only do the clean install. However, if you choose another, you can upgrade from Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.

Before downloading, you must really understand that this operating system is not final, so there is still no shortage here. You also need to ensure that the hardware has to support Windows 8. Microsoft states that all devices that support Windows Vista and Windows 7 can support Windows 8.

For Windows 8 x86 (32 bit) minimum specification is a 1 GHz processor, 1 GB Ram and 16 GB of storage capacity. As for x64 (64 bit), you need a 1 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM and 20 GB of storage capacity. No matter which option will be downloaded, you need a DirectX 9 compliant GPU with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver.

translated by google translate. Source from http://tekno.kompas.com/read/2011/09/14/13352119/Mau.Coba.Windows.8.Unduh.di.Sini

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