I know you want it. I have tested it out and it is fast and very pretty. Although there are a lot of bugs in this thing. Not to be expected, after all it is a preview beta. Windows 8 can now download and installed. The Developer Preview edition as it is called should tell you that it is not for everyone and should not be installed on your main system. Microsoft’s Developer Preview is a prebeta version showing off the operating system at its current stage. Meaning that it is just there to look pretty. The thing is that although designed for developers, no registration is required, so anyone can download and install it.
No need to go to bit torrents or any P2P network. The Windows 8 Preview comes in three different packages:
- 64-bit version with developer tools
- 64-bit version of just the OS
- 32-bit version of the OS.
All three come as ISO image files. You will need an img burner software to burn this on to a disk. ImgBurn works very well.
You can download it right here: Windows 8
Written out: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/apps/br229516