Windows 7 Build 7068 ISO on Torrent Sites, Build 7070 Screenshots Leak Online
Article by George Norman
On 30 Mar 2009
The latest build of the next iteration of the Microsoft developed operating system, Windows 7 Build 7068, has just made an appearance on the most popular torrent sites out there. It comes in the form of a DVD ISO, and reports from those who managed to download and install the OS say it is the genuine article. From a visual point of view, Windows 7 Build 7068 comes with new wallpapers and user pictures.

Windows 7 Build 7068 comes with a total of 84 different wallpapers that weigh in at 54Megabytes. There 10 folders in total (Architecture, Australia, Canada, Characters, Great Britain, Landscapes, Nature, Scenes, United States, Zimbabwe), each of these folders containing six wallpapers. The good news is that if you want to get these wallpapers you do not necessarily need to get Windows 7 Build 7068 – and the same goes for the new user pictures.

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Windows 7 build 7068 is available for 32-bit processor machines (7068.0.090321-1322_x86fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRC1CULFRE_EN_DVD.iso) and 64-bit processor ones as well (7068.0.090321-1322_x64fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRC1CULXFRER_EN_DVD.iso). As you can see from the full name of the OS, it was compiled on the 21st of March 2009, leading many on the web to ask this question: How come the build was so rapidly leaked online? Internauts and media outlets are suspecting Microsoft is behind this; or at least is turning a blind eye to people that sneak out recent Windows 7 builds and post them online.

Proof of how laxed security is over at Microsoft is the fact that screenshots of yet another Windows 7 build, mainly Build 7070, have leaked online as well. Now there are two things that you must take into consideration:
1. Microsoft is not going to mind much about all this as long as it generates good feedback regarding the Windows 7 OS.
2. Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) which a TechNet slipup revealed it will become available by June at most, will be freely made available to the general public. Making a big fuss over some online leak bears little importance if you are going to give away a more advanced build later on, for free.

If you would like to get the Windows 7 Build 7068 wallpapers, a download location is available here.
If you would like to get the Windows 7 Build 7068 user pictures, a download location is available here.
Note that the user pictures must be copied in the following folder:
C:ProgramDataMicrosoftUser Account PicturesDefault Pictures

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