TechNet and MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) subscribers have access massive collection of full version software products from Microsoft with no time or feature limit, where paid subscription entitles subscribers to not only free downloads and product keys for the software, but also exclusive early access to new software releases, service packs, patches, and beta software before they’re available publicly.
With such an exclusive privileges, many subscribers of TechNet or MSDN will want to be the first one to know when there is new downloads been released or posted on MSDN Subscriber Downloads or TechNet Subscriber Downloads.
Beau Giles gava a top that for Twitter maniac, or those who receive faster notification via Twitter followings, both MSDN and TechNet also has two Twitter accounts that can be followed in order to get to know new downloads been released on TechNet and MSDN.
Both tweets the latest products added for subscribers (either TechNet or MSDN) to download, which including the highly anticipated Windows 7. For non-subscribers, new downloads in TechNet or MSDN also provide advantage of having insight into when a general public release will be available, which is likely to be sooner rather than later.