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Register Yourself To Test Windows 8 Beta

I have beta tested windows vista and windows 7. Here is something if any of you would like to know when the next windows version will be out for testing and if you would like to be included in the testing.

Update: Windows 8, the next version of Windows, which completely revamps the operating system to be compatible with both touchscreen devices like tablets and traditional PCs, is now available to anyone who wants it as Microsoft released a preview (and is also available for download) of Windows 8 to developers at the Microsoft BUILD conference.

Use your Microsoft Passport Network credentials (the e-mail address and password that you use to sign in to the Passport Network) to sign in. Here are the steps to be a beta tester for Microsoft.

How to apply to become a beta tester for Microsoft: 

To apply to become a beta tester for Microsoft Corporation, visit the following Microsoft Web site:http://connect.microsoft.com 

Use your Microsoft Passport Network credentials (the e-mail address and password that you use to sign in to the Passport Network) to sign in.  

Register Yourself To Test Windows 8 Beta_thumbIf you do not have a Microsoft Passport Network account, visit the following Microsoft Web site to create one: http://www.passport.com 

After you sign in to your Passport Network account, your request will be forwarded to the appropriate product group for review and consideration. Because of the volume of requests that is received, you will be contacted only if you are chosen to participate.

Leaks about Windows 8 details say Microsoft is planning a 128 bit operating system for 2012. Imagine what all changes will be required to run applications on the Windows 128 bit architecture. News about Windows 8 beta forced me to conduct a feasibility analysis of 128 bit architecture for Windows 8.  Read more: http://www.bench3.com/2010/10/windows-8-to-support-128-bit.html

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March 26, 2011 at 1:14 PM delete

well regardless of what the new windows 8 is called i would still like somehow to beta test it , i have been working with windows and linux and enjoy testing new software to its reasonable limits , i also fix computers and am one of the few people who doesnt allow my operating system to freeze at all , there's always a work around or temp fix to help with testing , i also kinda unofficially seen the windows 7-8 extreme edition running and had the opportunity to repatch drivers and stuff , so what it comes down to is i would rather do this legal because i dont believe in ripped off software , but i really need to advance with all operating systems

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January 22, 2012 at 10:12 PM delete

I am already testing windows 8 in India wipro is testing windows 8

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Anonymous
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January 23, 2012 at 8:08 PM delete

Good.. but how isit

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