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Old 01-13-2009, 02:50 AM   #1
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LXer: More than 2.5 Million Expected to Test Windows 7 Public Beta

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In addition to moving forward with the Windows 7 public beta, Microsoft says the beta no longer has a 2.5 million user limit. It begs the question: With demand so hi for the beta, is Microsoft really losing momentum? Not if beta testers are an indication.

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Having a ton of beta testers is nice, but I cant imagine the bottleneck of bug reports it must know, without the source code, there is only so much a tester can do.


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