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fake windows 8 Downloading Windows 8? Avoid Fake Builds with this List

If you’re considering downloading Windows 8, be sure to check out this list before you download a fake build:

Windows8 Fake Builds | My Digital Life Forums

The current fake builds on the list are (as of April 25th at 11:12AM ET):

  • Windows 8 build 6 2 7922 0 winmain win8m2 110202-1840 2.25 GB
  • Windows 8 build 6.2.7968.0.winmain_win8m3.110318-1830 4.79 GB
  • 7971.0.110324-1900_x86fre_client_en-us_OEM_Ultimate-GRMCULFREO_EN_DVD 2.75 GB
  • Windows 8 build.7973.0.110329.torrent.rar Windows 8 build.7973.0.110329.torrent.7z
  • 7980.6.2.7980.0.110407-1832.rar 2.78 GB

Disclaimer: I won’t be downloading Windows 8 until it’s made available to me. If a friend picks up a copy at a conference and it’s not NDA (highly unlikely) or if Microsoft decide to send me an early Beta, I’ll install it.



 Downloading Windows 8? Avoid Fake Builds with this List

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  • Uvais

    LoL i like the text “This Copy of Windows is definitely fake” hehehe ;)

    • http://richr.org/ Rich

      Good eye. That’s my MS Paint skills in full flow there :)

      • Uvais

        What???? : Shocked: i thought you edit some file from system 32 lol

      • http://richr.org/ Rich

        Ha no. I haven’t installed Windows 8 as I don’t have a legitimate copy at this time. This is a W7 screenshot.

  • AXVIS

    I offer a copy of the M1 Windows 8 copy on my forum. http://www.axvis.net


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