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Windows 7: what's new in W7 Build 7137 edition

31 May 2009   #1

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what's new in W7 Build 7137 edition

i've been trying and trying to download the great version of W7, now they launch the build 7137? what's new on this edition and advantage of using this version???

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31 May 2009   #2
Orbital Shark


Hi edcarsky, welcome to the forums.

If you already have build 7100 or 7127 then you may want to stick with them. There is only some minor tweaking & possibly driver updates in 7137. There have been some minor flaws found with 7137 but different setups will exhibit different behaviour.

Hope this helps :)

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31 May 2009   #3

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

Yea I agree with the above, found a few issues, nothing major.

Dont expect any major new features in any new build that will be released from now on.
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