Windows 8.1 RTM Leaked, Available in All Languages and Versions

Windows 8.1 RTM ISO’s got leaked on the internet, including x86 and x64 builds for the Core, Professional, or Enterprise editions. Microsoft has already compiled Windows 8.1 RTM with build number is 8.1-9600.16384.130821-1623 on August 21st, 2013. Microsoft has also set the official general availability (GA) release date for Windows 8.1 to October 18, 2013.

Earlier “privileged” MSDN and TechNet subscribers used to get their hands on RTM versions earlier than the general Windows users. But this time MSDN and TechNet subscribers also have to wait for the Windows 8.1 GA release to get their hands on the latest upcoming Windows operating system. Even though Microsoft delivered Windows 8.1 to OEMs in an obvious attempt to prevent a leak. But the internet is now buzzing with the news of leaked Windows 8.1 RTM ISO images.

Windows 8.1

Information: If you are thinking about installing Windows 8.1 RTM, do note that Microsoft releases QFE (Quick Fix Engineering) updates for Windows 8.1 before the operating system is generally available. That explains why Microsoft keeps a gap between the launch of Windows 8.1 RTM and Windows 8.1 GA.

As informed earlier, Windows 8.1 RTM leak includes x86 and x64 builds for the Core, Professional, or Enterprise editions. Users can also download localized versions of Windows 8.1 RTM, including all the official available languages like English, Russian, Japanese, German, and Chinese builds. All of these leaked Windows 8.1 RTM ISO’s can can be easily activated using a legitimate Windows 8 product key.

Note: Though, you may be able to activate the leaked Windows 8.1 versions, do note that you won’t get any official support from Microsoft until Windows 8.1 is officially launched.
Mark your calendar October 18, 2013 as Microsoft is going to officially launch Windows 8.1 in October for all of its consumer base including general consumers, MSDN subscribers, TechNet subscribers, businesses.