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What's the difference between Windows 7 RC and the Windows 7 RTM edition?

10/28/2011 09:12 by jvanhorn

I was wondering what is the difference between the Windows 7 RC (Release Candidate) and the Final version of Windows 7 RTM? I had both Windows 7 RC and Windows 7 RTM and I see no difference, except the default windows wallpaper.
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  • No big differences have been found between Win7 RC and Win7 RTM.

    There should be a lot of bug fixes and general optimization of the core components. The RTM has no watermark and has more stability performance and a general "finality". I'm still using the RC. It works perfectly fine, has all the features that I've read the RTM version has, so I haven't bothered to change yet.

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