You can now download Windows 10 S ISO files from Microsoft directly provided you are subscribed to MSDN. Here are the details.
In development since 2009, announced officially at CES in early 2011, went through three different previews (Developer, Consumer and Release) and recently announced to be code complete, the final, code-complete, release to manufacturing version of Windows 8 is finally available to TechNet and MSDN subscribers. Check out the details after the jump.
Microsoft has just released RTM (final) version of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 for their MSDN and TechNet subscribers. Public version will be available on February 22nd via Microsoft Download Center and Windows Update.
I don’t know if this is first for a Microsoft Mac product but after announcing general availability of Office for Mac 2011 yesterday, Microsoft today has released the final RTM bits of Office for Mac 2011 for their MSDN and TechNet subscribers.
Microsoft has just released Beta 2 milestone of the next version of Visual Studio to its MSDN subscribers. Testers who are enrolled in MSDN subscription program can now download and try out Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 before its public availability, which is scheduled for later this week. Visual Studio 2010 is a monstrous and the most awaited release which is surely set to have a big impact on Microsoft platform developers in a positive way.
Microsoft today has announced the availability of the final version of Windows 7 (RTM Build 7600.16385) for Microsoft Connect, MSDN and TechNet Plus subscribers. TechNet Plus and MSDN subscribers can now download and evaluate Windows 7 before the official public consumer launch in October.
Ever had a problem finding a SDK of a particular Microsoft product? Well now you don't need to look for it any further as Microsoft over at their MSDN portal has put together a page, which links to SDKs( Software Development Kits) with documentation and sample codes for all the products released from Microsoft.
The Visual Studio Team over at Microsoft has introduced a very useful learning package to help learn about computer programming. Whether you are a teacher, a student of an Algorithms course or just a plain hobbyist; this package with its powerful feature-set could really get you started with some of the basic computer programming paradigms.
Windows 7 Beta was announced by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at this years Consumer Electronic Show in Vegas. Today, Microsoft has released the SDKs for both the Windows 7 Beta and the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 which is included in Windows 7 Beta. Both Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 were shipped with .NET Framework 3.0.
Got a MSDN or TechNet Plus subscription? If you are among those lucky people on earth with either of these two subscriptions then you can now immediately get hold of the betas of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2