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RTM Vs. Release Preview. Windows 8?

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    The release preview expires in January, unless users have contrived a hack for it, so, whilst the comparison with the "Released to manufacturers" (RTM) edition is interesting, it has no real meaning. But I guess both of the OP's questions have been answered by Brinks attachment.

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    Windows 8 Enterprise 64-bit (7 Ult, Vista & XP in V-Box)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mystere View Post
    Think of it like this. The difference between RP and RTM is like the difference between a house that's "almost done" and house that's finished, inspected, and you've moved into it.

    Which would you rather have? The one with partially finished drywall, no carpeting, and partially finished plumbing? Or the final thing?

    I'd prefer the previous building that was demolished to construct this one.....
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  3. #13

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    Windows 8.1 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by imeem View Post
    k thx for the help. One last thing, Is RTM and enterprise trial the same thing?
    The trial of the RTM version is Windows 8 Enterprise. You can use it for 90 days. It's the same thing they did when Windows 7 was released.

    The OTHER version is Windows 8 Pro, it's kind of like Enterprise, except labeling and you buy a retail key and not a volume key and a few other things.
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  4. #14

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    windows 7

    hii everybody!!! may i know where the website can i download the win8 rtm..tell me plz....
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