It looks like Microsoft is speeding up its release of Windows 7.
According to arstechnica.com, Microsoft employees are predicting that the new operating system – set to replace the much-criticized Vista – will be released on October 3, 2009. That would be about three months ahead of Microsoft’s official schedule.
You can still download a beta of Windows 7 until February 10 at the Microsoft site.
For a review of the new OS, check out Tech Desk staffer Chris Hunsanger’s post.