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Le site russe WZOR, à l’origine de nombreuses informations depuis le début du developpement de Windows 7, publie des informations qui sembleraient indiquer que Windows 7 pourrait être déclaré RTM les 13 juillet.

Rumor: Windows 7 RTM sign off on July 13 [Updated]

En clair:

6/1 – 6/19 BUILDING RTM ESCROW – already assembled RTM ESCROW.
6/22 – 7/10 RTM RECALL – assembly and search for candidates to the final RTM release.
7/10 WINDOWS 7 RTM FINAL BUILD TARGET – build day “gold code”.
7/13 WINDOWS 7 RTM SIGN-OFF – the date of signing the final RTM release!

Les dates données par Wzor sont en contradiction avec ce que le site publiait en début du mois de juin ainsi qu’avec les informations de Neowin qui parlent d’une RTM pour fin juin. Wzor affirme que la dernière build connue porterait la dénomination suivante : 6.1.7263.0.win7_rtm.090619-1900

En gros, voici les positions actuelles : June 26, 2009 June 29, 2009 July 13, 2009

Windows 7 Build 7140 Details Leaked

Meanwhile a poster at a Russian forums claims that Microsoft is up to build 7154. Claim of build 7140 is seems to more genuine. Most trusted source Wzor is down from a week so now every news is likely to be rumor from the forums. Now wait for the next leak which is expected any time before 20th till then enjoy the changelog and current leak build 7127. We’ll update you with every buzz of the Windows 7 upcoming leaks so make sure to subscribe our feeds.

  1. You can now add anything to the Taskbar.
  2. Icons slightly expand when you hover over them on the taskbar.
  3. The “System” menu is more simplistic, and easier to navigate.
  4. You can change the login screen picture through the “Personalization” menu.
  5. The menu/lists that pop up when you right click on things now have the Aero Glass effect.
  6. The default icons for Folders have changed to be the transparent blue ones featured a long time ago.
  7. The Minimize/Maximize/Exit buttons on the top-right of a window have changed icons, and are a bit smaller than the Vista/7 counterparts.
  8. [BIG ONE]: There’s an “Upload” feature for Pictures, files, and videos. If you right-click a file, and click “Upload”, you can make it automatically upload to a website of your choice. After uploading, a pop-up will appear saying it’s done, and clicking “OK” will cause the link/download link to the file to appear in the popup box. I tried ImageShack and Facebook, and they work.
  9. Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese unicode(s) and settings are integrated, so one can run foreign apps or use foreign keyboards without changing languages & restarting.