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DreamSpark users need not feel left out anymore, as Microsoft has also made Windows 8.1 Professional available to those subscribers ahead of the Oct. 18th release date.
If you are a DreamSpark user and have been waiting for Windows 8 to arrive, it looks like today is your day as the RTM build of Windows 8 has now been posted to the service.
Students enrolled in Microsoft's DreamSpark program will be able to download the final version of Windows 8 starting on August 25th, according to a Microsoft blog post.
DownloadSquad is reporting Microsoft has updated their DreamSpark website and added applications that are now available for download. DreamSpark is a service Microsoft has provided for high school and university students to download and get...