Windows® 7 Build 7068
The release of the Windows Build version 7022 was marked by a number of unparalleled events. The Windows Build 7022 was leaked by an Microsoft employee Windows Build 7022 on the Internet that was accessible through file sharing sites. A month later after the Windows Build 7022 was leaked, the x64 version of this build was also let out into the Internet. There was a lot of effort going into this build and it lived up to a lot of expectations. It gave a much better performance than Beta 1 and the web browser Internet Explorer 8 was updated on to it.
The Windows Desktop Gadget includes new Windows 7 features like new animation effect and animated icons. It also enabled a faster set-up process while bringing about changes to Paint. After all the commotion and leakage issues and updates, the Windows Build 7022 was finally completed on January 15, 2009.
Windows 7 7048 with Windows different Versions:
TThe Windows 7 7048 with 64-bit and the Windows 7 7048 with 32-bit was launched in he month of March 2009. They were both in the month of March. It introduced a number of changes's the most prominent among them was its unique ability to turn off functions. It included the features like the Windows Media Player, Windows Search and the Internet Explorer could be turned off completely from the Control Panel. It also had the provision for a new Startup Menu along with sounds and backgrounds.
The Windows Build 7057 was launched on March 5, 2009. It was introduced with a new logon screen. The UAC was also improved with security fixes. Its x86 and x64 versions were leaked on the Internet on March 11 and 19, 2009, respectively. After that Windows 7 7068 arrived and build was completed on March 21, 2009. It came with a larger hard drive database and was made available only to choose Microsoft Connect testers.
A Microsoft employee leaked the Windows Build 7077 32-bit version came on April 7, 2009. It was basically an RC escrow build. Two days later, it's 64-bit version was also leaked.