Desktop Software Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit

Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit Release Candidate 1 (RC) for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.7 (48 votes)

File Details

File Size 2,929.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7
Date Added
Total Downloads 108,767
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft Windows 7
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Publisher's Description

Microsoft Windows 7 is the next release of the Windows client operating system, built on the secure foundation of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Performance, reliability, security, and compatibility are core tenets of this release as we collect your feedback to meet our engineering goals of making Windows 7 the best-performing and most stable Windows operating system to date. New innovations in the product are designed to augment your ability as an IT professional to better provision and manage increasingly mobile PCs, protect data, and improve both end-user and personal productivity.

This is the 64-bit version of Windows 7.

You can directly download from this URL, but you'll need to paste it into your browser's address bar.

Latest Reviews

kaltenn

kaltenn reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on May 29, 2012

adsfas

reacer

reacer reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Sep 28, 2011

If your computer is rather obsolete I cant help but suggest you Free Windows as operating system. It runs pretty good on such computers. Web site http://free-windows.com

John889

John889 reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Aug 26, 2011

Stable, fast, nearly flawless.

Rajnishsahil

Rajnishsahil reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Apr 23, 2011

I have just purchased window 7 ultimate 32 bit. But some latest programes not working. Now I am asking for 64 bit of the same edition on internet on the same licence from microsoft, but to no avail

anandee

anandee reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Oct 28, 2010

Work flawlessly with 32 bit apps, no more problems with drivers.
The first 64-bit OS from MS that is really ready for mainstream.

ovy

ovy reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Oct 11, 2010

rzzaz

rzzaz reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Sep 25, 2010

thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanX

momopuff

momopuff reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Oct 17, 2009

Excellent work well

crazypc

crazypc reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Sep 3, 2009

Have been running windows 7 32bit for a few weeks know (Awaiting 64bit). Works great with all my software for work (One Software issue). Has more stability then vista and the ease of XP and takes less resources to run. Thank You Microsoft

DKDude

DKDude reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Aug 5, 2009

Now it's time to put XP to rest, WIN7 is all XP was and a whole lot more.

Keep it up MS.

Avg. Rating 4.7 (48 votes)
Your Rating
kaltenn

kaltenn reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on May 29, 2012

adsfas

reacer

reacer reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Sep 28, 2011

If your computer is rather obsolete I cant help but suggest you Free Windows as operating system. It runs pretty good on such computers. Web site http://free-windows.com

John889

John889 reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Aug 26, 2011

Stable, fast, nearly flawless.

Rajnishsahil

Rajnishsahil reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Apr 23, 2011

I have just purchased window 7 ultimate 32 bit. But some latest programes not working. Now I am asking for 64 bit of the same edition on internet on the same licence from microsoft, but to no avail

anandee

anandee reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Oct 28, 2010

Work flawlessly with 32 bit apps, no more problems with drivers.
The first 64-bit OS from MS that is really ready for mainstream.

ovy

ovy reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Oct 11, 2010

rzzaz

rzzaz reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Sep 25, 2010

thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanX

momopuff

momopuff reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Oct 17, 2009

Excellent work well

crazypc

crazypc reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Sep 3, 2009

Have been running windows 7 32bit for a few weeks know (Awaiting 64bit). Works great with all my software for work (One Software issue). Has more stability then vista and the ease of XP and takes less resources to run. Thank You Microsoft

DKDude

DKDude reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Aug 5, 2009

Now it's time to put XP to rest, WIN7 is all XP was and a whole lot more.

Keep it up MS.

steiverson

steiverson reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on Aug 4, 2009

What, the UAC is still on? I've spent one hour with this slick OS and have yet to see the need to disable or configure much of anything. Kudos MS, you may have made up for all the disappointment and heartache.

lancer_four

lancer_four reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on May 25, 2009

It's nice, not something I'm use to saying with respect to Microsoft. Been using XP SP3 32bit for last year, and ubuntu before that, but it looks like w7 is gonna be my new os for a while. It's clean, organized, and manageable, although it does take some getting use to. The menu bar is a distinct evolution in design once you make it over the learning curve. Still has a few wrinkles but nothing to get worked up over. Well done ms. If you're using linux, give it a try; xp, dual boot; vista, immediately download.

NyaR

NyaR reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on May 7, 2009

so refreshing after having to put up with vista on my laptop

its like, vista was the beta...

clifton

clifton reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on May 5, 2009

Microsoft! You finally did it. This is actually better than OS X. Faster, stable and very responsive. Great Job.

PC_Tool

PC_Tool reviewed vRelease Candidate 1 (RC) on May 5, 2009

Stable, fast, outperforms Vista and even XP in many areas.

Need some more 64-bit 3rd party application support still, but that's not the fault of the OS.

Boots fast, GUI is extremely responsive, taskbar is nearly flawless.

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