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Well, here it is folks. After announcing the availability of Vista Beta 2 for developers and IT professional two weeks ago, the latest build is now available for public download.

MSBLOG reports that the English, German and Japanese builds are available in x86 and x64 versions. You will have to download the 3GB+ ISO file with a download manager provided by Akamai Technologies.

Considering that this is a huge software release for consumers, be sure to post in the comments sections about your thoughts/experiences/likes/dislikes about the new operating system. I've been using it for the past week and have generally been impressed so I'm eager to see what you guys think.

Updated 06/08/2006: Get your product keys here.

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RE: A Few Comments
By Trisped on 6/8/2006 2:08:47 PM , Rating: 2
He means Beta has change from "in testing" mode to "in free advertising to limited customers" mode. This is a real beta, that means there is a chance something will go wrong. Penny Arcade posted once about a game beta they played that destroyed the partition on their hard drive (there by destorying all their data). Vista probably won't be that bad, but do expect problems that will be fixed before the offical release.

RE: A Few Comments
By Gnarr on 6/12/2006 7:55:26 AM , Rating: 2
Vista Beta 1 did destroy a partition on one of my harddrives :\ I always had to unplug that disk before running Beta 1 if I didn't wan't to lose my data. I haven't tested Beta 2 on that computer but I'm most certain MS has fixed it.

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