First we got our hands to Beta version of new Windows 7 and that made some really good first impression on everyone. After a while Microsoft made the Release Candidate of Windows 7 available with some added functionalities and fixed bugs. That was enough to make us so eager to see and try the last and final version of Windows 7 which we awaited for so much
And finally, Microsoft has released it’s final version to market, also known as RTM version, (RTM stands for ‘released to manufacturing’). This happened a little earlier than it was expected (3 months before Microsoft said it would happen). Nobody still knows if this final version is the same as the Build 7600 version that leaked on torrents about a week ago.
Because Microsoft already sent the final version to their distribution partners, they also sent the system requirements so it can be easily adopted and used with new computers. And I think it’s niot surprising that those requirements are the same as they were for Windows Vista. Which means it will be much easier to change to Windows 7, both for users and PC sellers.
Here’s how and when it will be released by regional languages: