The latest and greatest of Microsoft’s Office suite have been made available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers today. For now the following is available on TechNet;
Want to see what Windows 7 may look like in your native language, and you have been frustrated by the lack of available language versions of Windows 7 RC? Be frustrated no more. Microsoft today released 31 Language Packs for Windows 7 RC through Windows Update;
As it is stated in the information on the Language Packs;
After you install this language pack, you can change the display language of Windows 7 to be (your chosen language), Go to the Clock, Language, and Region category in the Control Panel to change the display language.
The common advice out there is that unless you have more than 4 GB RAM there really is no need to go for a 64bit version of Windows. Well, I think otherwise. Yesterday, I figured it was time to reformat and install Windows 7 RC on my recently returned laptop. It is a HP dv9074ea from 2006. It has a AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-56 processor, I have upgraded it to 2 GB RAM and it has two internal hard drives, initially both 80 GB drives, but one has been exchanged to a 500 GB one. I have been accepted into the Beta testing program for Windows 7 Norwegian Language Edition (x86) and heading the first advice I mentioned above, thus decided to install the 32 bit Norwegian Language RC on the laptop.