The Windows 8 Developer Preview is a pre-beta version of Windows 8 for developers and testers.
The Windows 8 Developer Preview works great on the same hardware that powers Windows Vista and Windows 7:
1- Download Windows 8 Developer Preview from
2- Burn iso file to DVD or we can install it in VMware Workstation 8 but when select system you will choose windows 7 because VMware
Workstation 8 not support Windows 8 Developer Preview directly )
3- boot from DVD.
4- After booting.
5- Select your Language, Time and Currency Format and Keyboard or input method.
6- You can select Upgrade or Custom (i prefer custom)
7- select partition and click next.
8- Just wait until installing fineshed and system restarting
9- Type computer name and click Next.
10- Click Express Settings or Customize.
11- There are two ways to use an account in Windows 8 Windows Live Account or Local account
we will select local account
12- Type account and password
13- This Windows 8 UI Appearance click Desktop Icon to go your Desktop
Windows 8 UI fantastic with touch screen
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I can't image and understand how we can log in with our Windows live account.. will be there not a security issue ??
Yes, i think this log in with our Windows live account not secure but for fast online
I just downloaded the Customer Preview. I found out that you can also install this with Oracle VirtualBox. This does already support Windows 8 32-bits and 64-bits. Installation went smoothly.
By the way: tried to install the Customer Preview (32-bits) on VMWare Player 4 first, but I did not get it to work.
Thanks Lex for comment
i will try Consumer Preview to check what's change there?
Thank for you job, i've beem searching for some explanation.