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Wolken007
07-12-09, 07:21 AM
WZOR reporting 6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945 as possible FINAL RTM build.

Lfctony
07-12-09, 09:07 AM
Yes, but where? :(

mailman2
07-12-09, 09:16 AM
Yes, but where? :(

its not out...also its the possible FINAL RTM build

Lfctony
07-12-09, 09:22 AM
Well, it seems likely. And some people do have it as some screens show... Leak it already! :)

mailman2
07-12-09, 09:24 AM
Well, it seems likely. And some people do have it as some screens show... Leak it already! :)

Im sure internal testers have it. They've had every build. That doesnt mean it leaked though.

Lfctony
07-12-09, 09:39 AM
Im sure internal testers have it. They've had every build. That doesnt mean it leaked though.

Setup.exe is floating around the net. Also there's a person uploading it... Found it by searching by the build data etc etc...

Wolken007
07-12-09, 10:08 AM
Supposedly it is leaking right now from china -- the x64 English build. However, the leaker is on an ADSL connection, so it is going quite slow. Should be another couple of hours before it is done. Users who have completed partial downloads have been able to verify that the ISO is infact build 7600 x64 with digital signatures intact. Hopefully it will be more widely available tonight ;)

Again, it is still not clear if this is FINAL RTM or not. Taken from a user at 7F.

new wzor info:
That could escape WHEN WINDOWS 7/SERVER 2008 R2 RTM 7600
First of all, we can all see what is really July 10, 2009, Microsoft made a choice between the candidates in the final RTM release:
6.1.7269.0.win7_rtm.090706-1900;
6.1.7270.0.win7_rtm.090708-1900;
6.1.7271.0.win7_rtm.090709-1520;
and as we wrote earlier, it was determined what the final build will build, he became the build 7600, build: 6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945
Nevertheless, we venture to suggest that even today or tomorrow on 13 July, Microsoft will collect another assembly (eg 16386) which will be provided TAP'am as well as possible is it to be announced at the upcoming World Partner Conference WPC09 Microsoft going-ment New Orleans (New Orlean) from 13-16 July, but July 24, this assembly will provide the partner of Microsoft for download from CONNECT.
In Asia (China) of the internet network already has the message and screenshots assembly 6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945:
6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945_1
6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945_2
6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945_3
as well as its technical specifications:
7600.16384.090710-1945_x64fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULXFRER_EN_DVD.iso
SIZE: 3,224,717,312
SHA1: 0x31849B315290EFABFD81F967ED3C553D82925E4C
- For the time being, we can not verify the authenticity of these ISO file!
We'll let you know the exact details of assemblies as they become known to us. Prior to the formal signing of (engineering sign-off) RTM build, we can not say that assembled the final gold code of Windows 7, but this has not happened!
Most likely in the coming hours the network will get Windows 7 x64 version utekshaya Chinese unit of Microsoft, as well as the possible loss the first official beta build 2010 OFFICE:
MICROSOFT.OFFICE.2010.v14.0.4302.1000.BETA.1.VOLUM E.X86-64.ENGLISH-WZT - himself an office in the two versions of x86-64.
MICROSOFT.OFFICE.2010.v14.0.4302.1000.BETA.1.SLP.X 86-64.RUSSIAN-WZT
- Russian pack for the interface in the two versions of x86-64.
For the tech who are interested a full description and comparison of versions of Windows 7 suggest reading the paper in Russian: Windows.7.SKU.Guide
For updates, articles, details, screenshots will be posted by us in the near future

mailman2
07-12-09, 12:07 PM
Its being uploaded now to just about every source imaginable... hotfile, rapidshare, torrent, newsgroups.

its gonna be awhile with the leaker using ADSL :(

Head out, enjoy the day and grab it tonight :)

Lfctony
07-12-09, 01:11 PM
Original uploader has gone to sleep. So its tomorrow for me...

nekrosoft13
07-12-09, 03:16 PM
nice little jump from 72xx to 7600

six_storm
07-12-09, 03:29 PM
http://www.techinvaders.com/windows-7-build-7600-is-the-final-rtm/

nekrosoft13
07-12-09, 03:34 PM
http://www.techinvaders.com/windows-7-build-7600-is-the-final-rtm/

yes, build 6.1.7600 probably is final, but that doesn't mean 6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945 is the FINAL.

lets take a look back at vista


Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16384.06102
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16385.061030.1720
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16386.061101.2205
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16422.070117.2336
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16426.070126.1015
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16430.070201.1530
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16455.070205.1848
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.17015.070117.2019


Vista 6.0.6000 was the RTM, but there were few builds, only one of them was the real FINAL RTM

nekrosoft13
07-12-09, 03:48 PM
July 12, 2009
Is Windows 7 finished? Apparently not
Among Windows fans, here's how much anticipation there is for the completion of Windows 7: There's actually a Web site called Has Windows 7 RTMed?

Today, the message at the site was changed to YES!, with a build number: 7600.16384.090710-1945.


Long Zheng, a respected Windows blogger in Australia who operates the site, posted to Twitter today that he believes Windows 7 has been completed and released to manufacturing. But he may have spoken too soon.

A Microsoft spokesman told me this afternoon that no, a final build has not been declared for Windows 7, and it has not been released to manufacturing.

Formally, all Microsoft is saying is that Windows 7 will RTM sometime this month.

There is, however, a build with this number on it making its way through the torrents.


http://blogs.chron.com/techblog/archives/2009/07/is_windows_7_finished_apparently_not.html

nekrosoft13
07-12-09, 04:22 PM
The final Windows 7 RTM is expected to make available for free downloads on Microsoft Connect, MSDN and TechNet on July 24, 2009.

mailman2
07-12-09, 05:21 PM
July 12, 2009
Is Windows 7 finished? Apparently not
Among Windows fans, here's how much anticipation there is for the completion of Windows 7: There's actually a Web site called Has Windows 7 RTMed?

Today, the message at the site was changed to YES!, with a build number: 7600.16384.090710-1945.


Long Zheng, a respected Windows blogger in Australia who operates the site, posted to Twitter today that he believes Windows 7 has been completed and released to manufacturing. But he may have spoken too soon.

A Microsoft spokesman told me this afternoon that no, a final build has not been declared for Windows 7, and it has not been released to manufacturing.

Formally, all Microsoft is saying is that Windows 7 will RTM sometime this month.

There is, however, a build with this number on it making its way through the torrents.


http://blogs.chron.com/techblog/archives/2009/07/is_windows_7_finished_apparently_not.html


MS isn't going to give any indication that it's done, so obviously they are going to say no even if it is. I believe this is RTM. Keep in mind Server 2008 RTM build is also 7600.

Lfctony
07-12-09, 10:38 PM
Here's to hoping... I don't want to keep re-installing an OS. It's not a game that takes 10-20 minutes each time... :(

RaidenWoW
07-12-09, 10:51 PM
I preordered Windows 7 64-bit. Does this mean I could technically upgrade my system to Windows 7 and then enter the keycode later and activate it?

Lfctony
07-12-09, 11:04 PM
You can do that even if you didn't pre-order. You'll have 30 days to activate, after that the OS will be hardly operational. You can probably re-arm (reset the counter) 3 times, which can extend the trial up to 120 days. By that time, your order should be with you. So, yes its a possibility...

DRen72
07-13-09, 12:05 AM
Why would anyone pre-order Windows 7 when you can get it on Technet in a few weeks and also get Office 2010, once its out, for basically the same price?

LovingSticky
07-13-09, 03:50 PM
The final Windows 7 RTM is expected to make available for free downloads on Microsoft Connect, MSDN and TechNet on July 24, 2009.

Where did you get this info?

KasuCode
07-13-09, 06:38 PM
Im running Windows 7 RTM 7600 it is the final version. And technet keys will be up midnight 23rd.

Its running great. let me know if you have any questions

http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/3058/windows7rtm.png

hell_of_doom227
07-13-09, 07:38 PM
Windows Vista = Windows 7 as far as memory usage.

As i was saying before, it's amazing what happens when you just change interface of Windows. People think is better, infact both systems use same amount of memory at least on my machine.

XxDeadlyxX
07-13-09, 07:51 PM
So it would seem there isn't any "secret" new UI after all...

nekrosoft13
07-13-09, 09:08 PM
Im running Windows 7 RTM 7600 it is the final version. And technet keys will be up midnight 23rd.

yes, 7600 is the final, but there is no gurantee that 6.1.7600.16384.win7_rtm.090710-1945 is the final.

take a look at vista RTM, build 6000 was final.

but there where few different builds of 6000.

Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16384.06102
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16385.061030.1720
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16386.061101.2205
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16422.070117.2336
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16426.070126.1015
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16430.070201.1530
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.16455.070205.1848
Microsoft Windows Vista 6.0.6000.17015.070117.2019

only one of them was THE FINAL, same story with SP2.

KasuCode
07-13-09, 09:20 PM
Windows Vista = Windows 7 as far as memory usage.

As i was saying before, it's amazing what happens when you just change interface of Windows. People think is better, infact both systems use same amount of memory at least on my machine.


If you think windows 7 is just a changed interface then dont upgrade.