Download Windows 8 90-day trial edition from MSDN Evaluation Centre

Few days back, I was having a discussion with one of my friend who is a developer and very keen on trying out Windows 8 on one of his laptop.

Well, I was suggesting him for an upgrade offer from Microsoft that was announced few months back which was one of the best option for him.

In the meantime, he also wanted to try out Windows 8 for some time. There are many developers who want to build apps and try Windows 8. If you are one of them don’t worry.

Microsoft has made the Windows 8 evaluation version (90 day trial) available for download which is intended for the developers or Information Technology Professionals to try Windows 8 operating system.

The Windows 8 evaluation provides a 90-day trial of Windows 8 Enterprise edition where both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available for download.

There are something to note if you want to install the Windows 8 Evaluation.

After 90 days, the Windows 8 Evaluation will expire and cannot be upgraded. In case, you want to upgrade, you must uninstall the evaluation version and a licensed version of the Windows has to install freshly.

When you download the Windows 8 Evaluation, you must also login with your Microsoft account and provide your details and also activate your Windows 8 Evaluation within 10 days.

For more details on the 90-day trial version of Windows 8 Enterprise and download , visit Microsoft MSDN Evaluation Centre

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