Windows users, start your browsers. The folks from Sizzled Core are pointing the way! They posted direct download links to both the 32-bit and the 64-bit versions of the beta version of Windows 7, also called Windows Vista Home Business Basic Premium Ultimate We Screwed Up Here’s The Right Version. We Hope.
These links point to ISO images, so once you download them you have to burn them to a DVD or mount them using a virtualization app like DAEMON tools. Also, you’ll have to get a beta product key if you want to use Windows 7 past the 30-day limit. There are probably ways to get around that restriction without the key, but you’re on your own with that one. I’m not Google you know. I can’t just blurt out links to instructions on getting beta product keys.