Windows 8 build 7955 has leaked

Windows 8 build 7955 has been leaked. The information comes from betaarchive.com who previously leaked the build 7850. As with the previous build, this build is again on a private FTP but is expected to leak publicly in the same fashion as the previous build. 

Much like the previous leak, it is currently on a private FTP but is expected to be posted publicly in the next few hours. The build 7955 is a pre-M3 build but contains more features than the previous build that leaked, 7850. The file weighs in at 2.47 GB. Betaarchive states:

Afternoon all,

We have another leak! Anonymous again as you can expect. This could be the one you've all been waiting for.

Microsoft Windows 8 (''Windows 8'' 6.2.7955.0) (Ultimate) (m2)
ISO Size: 2.47GB (2,657,079,296 bytes)
ISO MD5: 40861A02CB14B0D2D7930910DB6CC6E4

It is now available on the FTP Enjoy!

Notes provided by the leaker:
You can unlock the following:
- Ribbon UI
- Application Folder (now working, in 7850 it was broken)
- Full DWM (hideblur)

The following requires the ''red pill'':
- Webcam
- Login (that ugly guy with ctrl+alt+del, the fishy wallpaper, pattern login)
- TaskUI (new taskmanager)
- PDF Reader
- Immersive Browser

Previously, Neowin has covered information that leaked out from build 7955 which can be viewed here. As this is a later build, it is expected that users will be able to unlock features that have previously not been seen. 

Windows 8 is far off from public availability and it is rumored that a public beta may be announced at PDC later this year. It is expected that Microsoft will launch Windows 8 in late 2012 with the latest rumors suggesting that retail availability will happen in early 2013.

Image Credit: Betaarchive via Tom Hounsell

Previous Story
Nintendo's profit for 2010 declines 66%
Next Story
Windows 8 'immersive browser' images surface