Windows 8 90-day trial now available for download

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We’ll all knew this was coming, today Microsoft made available the final version of Windows 8 to subscribers in TechNet and MSDN, but if you aren’t a subscriber, like many of us, don’t feel blue because the software giant has also made available for download a trail version of the operating system. This is a 90-day trail of the Windows 8 Enterprise edition, anyone can download it right now and it is a version that will allow all users, including developers a sneak-peek of the final OS final version before launch on October 26th. The trial is an ISO image, you can get it on the traditional x86 and x64 (32-bit and 64-bit), and many languages (Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, English (UK), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), and Spanish) are available as well.

The Enterprise edition of Windows 8 comes with all the feature you’ll find in Windows 8 Pro which also includes Windows To Go that allows you to run a full version of the operating system from a USB drive.

If you’ve been planning to test the latest OS from the software giant, this is the version to try, but be warned that you’ll need to reinstall the operating system after Windows 8 launches at the end of October.

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