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Microsoft has released ISO builds for both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the Windows 8.1 Enterprise, designed mostly for businesses to evaluate the OS free for 90 days.
Microsoft has now released the Windows 8.1 Enterprise RTM build on its TechNet and MSDN services for Volume License customers with an active Software Assurance agreement.
In a new blog post, Microsoft tries to promote the use of Windows 8.1 by major financial institutions, including the use of some newly announced apps designed specifically for that market.
Microsoft has confirmed its volume license customers with active Software Assurance can get the RTM version of Windows 8.1 Enterprise later this month but all others will have to wait until Oct. 18th.
Businesses that are currently running Windows 8 Enterprise will be able to download an ISO file for the Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview "in the coming weeks", according to Microsoft.