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Windows 8 developer preview
All three pre-release versions of Windows 8 (Developer Preview, Consumer Preview, and Release Preview) will expire on the PC that they are installed on 20 days from now on January 15th.
One year ago today, Microsoft launched the first public preview version of its Windows 8 operating system, the Developer Preview, as part of its BUILD 2011 developer event.
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At today's Windows 8 Consumer Preview launch event, Microsoft said it made over 100,000 changes to the OS compared to the Windows 8 Developer Preview launched in September.
Microsoft has quietly released an update to the Windows 8 Developer Preview. The sole purpose of the update is to extend its expiration date from March 11, 2012 to January 15, 2013.