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Leak, leak, leak! :p

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Why is there watermark on a RTM 8.1?

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Why is there watermark on a RTM 8.1?

Watermarked as it's not activated.

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You can use regedit to show watermark(so as to show the version is win8RTM 9600)

 

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\CONTROL PANEL\DESKTOP - PaintDesktopVersion

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any chance of it leaking before oct 18th?

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Of course it will leak.

 

Anyway, I love the new wallpapers, they look sweet!

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is October 18th when it's going to appear in the win8 store as well or will that be released sooner?

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I notice there were some "Russian win8.1RTM screen-shots" that appeared in some sites, this is what @Painter(admin of PCPortal) commented:

 

http://winclub.pl/index.php?/topic/347-windows-81-rtm-build-960016384-legit-screen-shots/?p=2407

 

screen_101_zps8f0967c7.jpg

 

 

Also,I read something about "English apps in win8china's screens", I don't know the real reason, but @arseny92 had once explained why some apps could not be carried by a preview-to-RTM-upgrade, it's because apps for pre-releases and RTM's are developed in different "formats"(don't know the exact words), so this could be the cause

:) 
 

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Rumor from Russia: win8.1 RTM expect to  leak on/before Sep 1...... you need to search for it yourselves. :)

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I can wait a bit longer, heck I think it's best to wait for them to work out any last minute tweaks to drivers and such that the OEMs can work out with the RTM code.  There's also the apps which I expect will keep seeing updates till they hit GA and I hope after that as well.  No reason the core apps need to wait for a OS update to be updated, like mail for example.

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Windows 8.1 Enterprise RTM Build 9600 X64 zh-CN leaked. :)

 

screen_105_zps7fa1abca.jpg

 

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come on we need one for english now!!

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There was one expected leak which has not come (yet).

 

OK, since the RTM has leaked, I'll discontinue posting in this thread, please proceed to windows discussions forum, tks for reading. :D

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nnnoooo dont stop posting :(

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There was one expected leak which has not come (yet).

 

OK, since the RTM has leaked, I'll discontinue posting in this thread, please proceed to windows discussions forum, tks for reading. :D

you know you could just ask a mod to move this thread out of the beta forum :p

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nnnoooo dont stop posting :(

 

 

you know you could just ask a mod to move this thread out of the beta forum :p

Tks, I am not stopping posting, just I guess there won't be much "unofficial news" for win8.1, and there are already some RTM discussion threads in the Windows Discussion Forum, no point to make double/triple postings. :)

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Official English x86/64 ISOs as well as Enterprise flavors have been leaked. :)

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