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9374 is five days newer than 9369 and is late enough where it bears the Windows 8.1 Pro Preview branding. It has also leaked from fbl_partners_outXX, like all the previous leaks have.
This leak is of the 32-bit version. There has been no indication a 64-bit version of 9374 will leak any time soon.
As always, we are currently downloading build 9374 and will report back our findings when we install and test this build.
6.3.9369 in the wild
Build 9369 is only five builds newer than the earlier leak, 9364 and was only compiled 9 days after 9364, dating the new leak at March 24th, 2013. As such, it’s likely nothing new will be in this build especially since this build and the earlier one both leaked from fbl_partner_outXX labs. However, the major difference between the two leaks is that this new one is 64-bit.
We at Haverzine are currently downloading this build and will check it out as soon as we can. In the meantime, check after the break for a couple of screenshots provided by WinClub.pl.
Update 04/17 @ 7:25 PM EST: if you’re interested in checking out what’s new in this newly leaked build, check out our latest blog post outlining some changes and improvements.
Thanks to: RA1N
It’s inevitable these days – if a product is truly a major release, nevermind even a massive blockbuster release like Halo 4 is quickly becoming, there are bound to be spoilers and leaks. Microsoft has confirmed over the weekend that this is exactly what has happened with Halo 4, with the entire game, including the second, multiplayer disc, being leaked and spread around the internet as we speak.
Microsoft isn’t taking this lying down however, as the company is quickly banning any XBox Live account they find playing the game. Microsoft also warns of any potential spoilers regarding the game’s important plot points and to be careful while browsing the internet – you wouldn’t want this long wait to be for naught, would you?
Halo 4 is due for release on the XBox 360 November 6th.
WZor, the famous leaking group that were highly active back in the old Windows 7 days, has officially leaked a confirmed genuine copy of the RTM build of Windows 8. The leaked ISO comes as a “touched” unbootable ISO, which means that those inclined to use this have to jump through hoops to rebuild the ISO before they can boot to the installer.
The copy that has leaked today is the Windows 8 Enterprise N-Edition 64-bit copy of Windows 8, which doesn’t include Windows Media Player bundled in. Although details are scarce at the moment while the leak still makes its way into people’s hand,
all signs point to this featuring the same activation methods used in Windows 7, allowing users to test the product for 30-days without a product key – we’ve actually just received word that there is no activation grace period for Windows 8, meaning you’ll need a key to get any use out of this leak – though we wouldn’t be surprised if patches and the such make their way out sooner rather than later.
Here’s some clarification regarding the grace period from Windows enthusiast Rafael Rivera:
A key is req. at setup; if you happen to enter an eval key, you will receive activation watermarks and not be able to change wallpaper/etc.
— Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) August 2, 2012
Windows 8 will be officially released to consumers on October 26th.
Updated 08/02/12 @ 5:38 PM EST.
Though Microsoft’s not officially set to let the Windows 8 Release Preview out of the bag until sometime early June, some eager folks have taken things into their own hands and leaked a copy of the build onto the internets, which will surely be popping up soon around the normal places.
The build is confirmed legitimate and is indeed the exact build that Microsoft will be releasing soon, however it’s important to note that the build has only leaked in Chinese, with little chance of being able to translate the build into English. Thus, we recommend that anyone who can wait for the official release do so. However if you’ve got itchy fingers and can’t wait, load up your favored BitTorrent and have at it.
Edit: Sources seem to indicate that while tis build is indeed legitimate and installable, it takes some playing around with to get it to install properly as the included WIM file is apparently partially corrupt.