The Windows 8 Release Preview is reportedly just a few more days away from being offered to the general public by Microsoft. Some Internet rumors have claimed the launch date will be this Friday, June 1st. Meanwhile, more screenshots of the 8400 build version are being posted up at the WinUnleaked.tk website.
One of the screenshots shows the pre-installation menu for Windows 8, with the two choices of installing Windows 8 with a PC's current settings or one that offers a clean install of Windows 8.
The other screenshot shows the Windows 8 Release Preview Enterprise version of the Windows Preinstallation Environment, otherwise known as WinPE. This is a lightweight version of the OS that is used mainly for business workstations and servers.
Microsoft has stayed silent, at least officially, on giving out a specific launch date for the Windows 8 Release Preview. The company is also expected to announce an upgrade program for people who purchase a new Windows 7 PC. That program is expected to launch on Saturday, June 2nd. Rumors claim that the program will let new Windows 7 PCs to be upgraded to Windows 8 Pro for $14.99. The reports claim the upgrade program will continue until January 31, 2013.
Source: Winunleaked.tk | Images via WinUnleaked.tk