Try The Windows 8 Final Version For 90 Days

As expected, Microsoft released the complete Windows 8 RTM version to developers and TechNet subscribers today. If you want to sneak a peek at what's coming in the final version of Windows 8, you can download a trial of the Enterprise release right now.

We've always known there were going to be a few more surprises in the final version of Windows 8, and it seems Microsoft hasn't disappointed, with changes from the Release Preview including getting rid of Aero and more Start Screen customisation in.

If you can't wait until October for the full release, you can try them out now with the Windows 8 Enterprise Evaluation. Like the other preview versions, you will not be able to upgrade to the final version from it, but it could be handy if you just want to dual boot or run it in a virtual machine to see what's coming. Hit the link below to download the trial.

Windows 8 Evaluation for Developers [MSDN via The Verge]


    When I tested the open beta, I really wanted to swipe my monitor :/ If I could install this on my android tablet, I would be interested :D

    Your article kind of doesn't make sense,
    Your saying that this is the final version but if you cant wait till october there's a trial but you can't upgrade to the final version?

    Just buy a MSDN subscription and magic you have the final version right now.

    With Windows 7 you can install it without a CD key and use it for 30 days. Maybe its the same with this, which is what they are trying to explain.

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