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by Mike Zazaian September 6, 2006 - 4:31pm, 1 Comment

Microsoft finally opens the front gates on it’s first Release Candidate of Windows Vista.

Windows Vista After making Windows Vista RC 1 available to just a select community of TechNet users, Microsoft has finally opened up the download to anyone with a computer. Vista RC 1 is definately the fastest, most stable, and most software-friendly version of the new operating system to be released, and has come a long way through beta testing.

Currently both a 32-bit and 64-bit version of Vista are available for download, clocking in a 2.6GB and 3.7GB respectively. Activation keys are also available for a free download. Be speedy about it, though. Who knows when the whimisical Microsoft gods might decide to close the gates again?

[via DailyTech]