Windows 7: Compilation of the final version rescheduled?
Microsoft is said to have rescheduled the compilation of the final Windows 7 version because of bugs - the new date is said to be June 29.
According to winfuture.de sources close to Microsoft have confirmed that the compilation of the final Windows 7 build has been rescheduled.
Although the RTM (Release to Manufacturing) branch of development is said to have been ready on June 12, it was not possible to create the final version of Windows 7 - actually planned for June 19 - because of bugs. What kind of problem affected the development is unknown.
Furthermore the report says that Microsoft wants to decide on June 29, 2009, which Windows 7 Build will be declared to be the final version of the new operating system.
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