Windows SERVER "8" Beta Available For Download Today

Microsoft first introduced Windows 8 Server back in September as a preview aimed at helping developers and their hardware partners in order to prepare both new and existing applications and devices. The response from those communities, and hundreds of developers as early adopters have been extremely optimistic. So now is the time for you, and all IT professionals and organizations around the world to get their hands on the new release and discover the new capabilities and hopefully contribute to the development of what Microsoft has dubbed, their most “Cloud-Optimized” OS ever.

Microsoft today has released the beta version of the all new Windows Server 8 thus making it available for IT professionals and software developers around the world to download, evaluate, and start providing feedback.

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