Tuesday, September 25th 2007

Windows Server 2008 RC0 Ready for Customer Review

Microsoft has reached another milestone with the initial Release Candidate (RC0) of the highly anticipated Windows Server 2008 operating system, now available for download. Now customers and partners can download and test-drive the latest development version of Windows Server 2008 for themselves.

Download Windows Server 2008 RC0Source: Microsoft
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5 Comments on Windows Server 2008 RC0 Ready for Customer Review

#1
LiNKiN
Staff
Got my 2 keys, and will be burning my dvd in an hour and a half. :)
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
This is a free download? Is it like windows 2003 server where you can play games pretty damn good?
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Darkrealms
by: WarEagleAU
This is a free download? Is it like windows 2003 server where you can play games pretty damn good?
Yes its free, and so is the key. It lets you download ISO cd files. Burn them to a dvd and you have install disks. (don't mind the fact that mine were 2.6g and 1.9g downloads)
As far as usability with games. . . we'll have to see :)

Good way for IT profs. like us to see if its worth upgrading to newer versions also to see if hardware/software is compatable. Now just to see if it runs on the second partition on my laptop ;p
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TheGuruStud
by: Darkrealms
Yes its free, and so is the key. It lets you download ISO cd files. Burn them to a dvd and you have install disks. (don't mind the fact that mine were 2.6g and 1.9g downloads)
As far as usability with games. . . we'll have to see :)

Good way for IT profs. like us to see if its worth upgrading to newer versions also to see if hardware/software is compatable. Now just to see if it runs on the second partition on my laptop ;p
IT pros use MS Server....? Isn't that an oxymoron :wtf:


Sorry :) couldn't resist
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Darkrealms
by: TheGuruStud
IT pros use MS Server....? Isn't that an oxymoron :wtf:


Sorry :) couldn't resist
OUCH!
LoL, I don't recall saying we use it?!? The consumer "uses" it. We just have to fix it ;P
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