Microsoft has released the Windows 8 Release Preview on the stipulated date as it was announced to release it in first week of June. As with the Consumer Preview, you can download the Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant that analyzes your computer and provides a smaller download you can download full 32-bit or 64-bit ISO files.
It is available to download in 14 languages at http://preview.windows.com, the Windows 8 Release Preview delivers a fast and fluid experience, along with a new user interface that responds equally well to touch as it dos to keyboard and mouse.
Since the February release of Windows 8 Consumer Preview, which was downloaded more than 1 million in the first 24 hours, Windows 8 has become the most tested Microsoft operating system of all time, and with today’s release, it enters its final phase of development.
New Apps and Upgrading Features:
Among the major changes in this new version includes a bunch of new apps that include Bing Travel, News and Sports apps, as well as Gaming and Music Xbox apps that integrated with your Zune pass. The Mail, Photos and People apps have also been upgraded. There are also some other minor performance ans usability updates such as increased professionalization options for the Start screen, improved multimonitor support, refinements to the way people find and download apps through the Windows Store and new Family Safety features.
The new Internet Explorer 10 redefines browsing, particularly for touch-enables devices. A touch-friendly and powewer-optimized Flash Player is now integrated into Internet Explorer 10, and it is also the first browser to feature Do Not Track “on” by default, giving users more choice and control over their privacy.
Download the Windows 8 Release Preview: