Due to an enormous surge in demand and various issues which arose after Windows 7 Beta was available for downloading, the Microsoft team has decided to remove the initial 2.5million download cap on this public beta for two weeks, up to January 24th.
The decision, as announced by Windows 7 Team Blog, is after Microsoft realized it has underestimated the demand of its new Windows 7 Beta. There was havoc at the download sites once Windows 7 beta was available for downloading. The problems at the download site have now been straightened out. Users who have yet to download Windows 7 Beta can download it via the link here or using the direct download links to Windows 7 ISO and get a free Windows 7 product key to unlock it.
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