No more longer wait for the most awaited Operating System Microsoft Windows 8. The wait is over, the latest news, rumors and leaks about Windows 8 has been out and it’s spreading on internet since last 2 months. Now the early build of Windows 8 build 7955 has been leaked on internet. This information has been leaked out from betaarchive.com who had previously leaked the Windows 8 build 7850. As with the previous build, this build is again on a private FTP but is expected to leak publicly in the same fashion as the previous build.

The new Windows 8 build 7955 contain many of the new features including a new log in screen, the ribbon interface, language profile, new taskbar, metro design theme, and other new updates. While this actual build has not leaked in full like build 7850, 7955 is a more robust Windows 8 build in comparison.


The build 7955 is a pre-M3 build but contains more features than the previous build that leaked, 7850. The file weighs in at 2.47 GB. Betaarchive states:

Afternoon all,
We have another leak! Anonymous again as you can expect. This could be the one you've all been waiting for.
Microsoft Windows 8 (''Windows 8'' 6.2.7955.0) (Ultimate) (m2)
ISO Size: 2.47GB (2,657,079,296 bytes)
ISO MD5: 40861A02CB14B0D2D7930910DB6CC6E4
It is now available on the FTP Enjoy!
Notes provided by the leaker:
You can unlock the following:
- Ribbon UI
- Application Folder (now working, in 7850 it was broken)
- Full DWM (hideblur)
The following requires the ''red pill'':
- Webcam
- Login (that ugly guy with ctrl+alt+del, the fishy wallpaper, pattern login)
- TaskUI (new taskmanager)
- PDF Reader
- Immersive Browser

The video shows the new login screen and how the new Metro design language will act on Windows 8.



Windows 8 is far off from public availability and it is rumored that a public beta may be announced at PDC later this year. It is expected that Microsoft will launch Windows 8 in late 2012 with the latest rumors suggesting that retail availability will happen in early 2013.

Windows 8 Latest News, Rumors and Update Leaks Out

No more longer wait for the most awaited Operating System Microsoft Windows 8. The wait is over, the latest news, rumors and leaks about Windows 8 has been out and it’s spreading on internet since last 2 months. Now the early build of Windows 8 build 7955 has been leaked on internet. This information has been leaked out from betaarchive.com who had previously leaked the Windows 8 build 7850. As with the previous build, this build is again on a private FTP but is expected to leak publicly in the same fashion as the previous build.

The new Windows 8 build 7955 contain many of the new features including a new log in screen, the ribbon interface, language profile, new taskbar, metro design theme, and other new updates. While this actual build has not leaked in full like build 7850, 7955 is a more robust Windows 8 build in comparison.


The build 7955 is a pre-M3 build but contains more features than the previous build that leaked, 7850. The file weighs in at 2.47 GB. Betaarchive states:

Afternoon all,
We have another leak! Anonymous again as you can expect. This could be the one you've all been waiting for.
Microsoft Windows 8 (''Windows 8'' 6.2.7955.0) (Ultimate) (m2)
ISO Size: 2.47GB (2,657,079,296 bytes)
ISO MD5: 40861A02CB14B0D2D7930910DB6CC6E4
It is now available on the FTP Enjoy!
Notes provided by the leaker:
You can unlock the following:
- Ribbon UI
- Application Folder (now working, in 7850 it was broken)
- Full DWM (hideblur)
The following requires the ''red pill'':
- Webcam
- Login (that ugly guy with ctrl+alt+del, the fishy wallpaper, pattern login)
- TaskUI (new taskmanager)
- PDF Reader
- Immersive Browser

The video shows the new login screen and how the new Metro design language will act on Windows 8.



Windows 8 is far off from public availability and it is rumored that a public beta may be announced at PDC later this year. It is expected that Microsoft will launch Windows 8 in late 2012 with the latest rumors suggesting that retail availability will happen in early 2013.

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