Someone at Microsoft is having a rough evening after it was discovered that the staging site for the Windows technical preview was accidently made available to the public. Because of that post, we have been able to uncover a few details, such as where the download will be posted.
If you bookmark the source link below, based on the staging site, that's where the download will be posted once the page goes live. While the staging page was full of links that went to dead sites or Windows 8.1 content, the URL slug of the download link shows that Microsoft is gearing up to release the preview.
The relevant part of the slug is "evaluate-windows-technical-preview-for-enterprise". More so, if you look at the image below, you can see a small screenshot of the new OS with the virtual desktop icon and the search icon too.
The 64bit version of the OS weighs in around 4GB while the 32bit version is a little bit over the 3GB mark.
We don't have to wait too much longer to learn more about the OS as Microsoft's event takes place on Tuesday of the upcoming week. But, if that's too long to wait, we will have a preview posted up on Monday that gives a few new details about the technical preview and what you should expect. Or, you can check many of our scoops of the OS, here.