Update: The new Final Build of Windows 8 is now available for download. You can get the Latest Windows 8 version from this link.
Yesterday, Microsoft released the release candidate for Windows 8, known as the Windows Release Preview. You can download this latest Windows 8 version from the download link given at the end of this post. The Release Preview has come after the Windows 8 Beta version, which was released in February 2012.
The Release Preview of Windows 8 is probably the last release before the operating system hits the stores in a few weeks. This new edition brings features like multi-monitor support, Internet Explorer 10 with built-in Flash (including the Metro IE10), and new Metro apps for Sport, News, etc. Unfortunately, the new release does not offer any major improvements for the Metro UI and it appears that users will now be stuck between the option to use an unfriendly Metro interface or simply avoid upgrading to Windows 8.
Before you download Windows 8, don’t forget to check out the following:
Virtualization: As this is not a stable release, users may encounter bugs or system issues. It is advised that you should run this operating system in dual boot or as a virtual machine. To create a virtual machine, check out my guide:
System Requirements: Before installing Windows 8 Release Preview, make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements.
For any further questions, see the FAQs.
Windows 8 Release Preview Product Key: For those of your who install Windows 8 Release Preview using the Setup program, no product key is needed. However, if you create an installation media to install Windows 8 Release Preview, you might need to enter the following product key: TK8TP-9JN6P-7X7WW-RFFTV-B7QPF
Note: The license for the Release Preview will expire after the given date from Microsoft.
Download Windows 8 Release Preview [Official Microsoft Link]
Download Windows 8 Release Preview [Mirror Link]