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|12th February 2009, 18:56||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Unpaid Beta Testers No Longer Get Access to Windows 7
MICROSOFT HAS CLOSED THE DOOR on its Windows 7 beta test programme and is no longer allowing new downloads.
A notice on the site says anyone in the middle of an interrupted download would be allowed to finish and that members of the company's MSDN and Technet services would still be able to gain access, but the rest of the world was shut out.
Originally limited to just 2.5 million users, Redmond lifted the cap after unprecedented demand for the beta.
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