MANIKANT.S.GUPTA Posted July 11, 2009 Share Posted July 11, 2009 (edited) Recently it was said that Windows 7 RTM build is set to July 13th but now it seems that the schedule has been altered by Microsoft.But site "GeekSmack" got some information from a source close to Microsoft about this new schedule:It seems like due to several show stopper bugs, one that we think has to do with activation, the RTM build has been delayed from the initial date.Today was pretty much the deadline that Microsoft internally set to choose and decide on an RTM build, but from what we’re now hearing none of the builds thus far have been deemed good enough, and so they’re continuing to compile RTM candidate builds. Backing this, in the recent Microsoft press release regarding the executive re-shuffle, they stated this: “The transition between Reller and Veghte is timed to take place in late July when Windows 7 reaches the release to manufacturing (RTM) milestone”.Again, when we initially reported on the matter, internal sources and other forms of evidence led us to believe that the RTM was coming, and I can safely say that at the time it was confirmed and it was going to happen, but with these new show-stopper bugs present Microsoft had to make a change to the roadmap to accommodate the time it will take to iron them out. Edited July 11, 2009 by MANIKANT.S.GUPTA Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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