Windows 7 build 6931

Build of Windows 7
OS family
Architecturex86, x64
Timebomb2009-07-01 (+258 days)
Works in
Home Basic
Home Premium
Home Basic N
Professional N
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Windows 7 build 6931 is a build of Windows 7, which was shared by BetaArchive user marcoguy on 19 December 2016.[1]

New features and changes[edit | edit source]

  • This build marked the return of the 'Professional' SKU absent since Windows Vista build 5270, however this SKU is still named Business during setup.
  • Send Feedback has now returned to window title bars, however it cannot be ran during setup due to a missing module.
  • You can now launch command prompt while still on the setup application.
  • More changes have been made to setup, making it resemble that of the RTM.
  • The Start menu has been revamped to resemble that of the RTM.
  • Applications such as Sticky Notes have been updated to resemble that of RTM.
  • The Windows 7 logo that was first seen in build 6519 has been slightly modified in this build. The Windows flag is much more smaller and the text and font has also been slightly modified. This design would last until build 6936.
  • The Superbar has received a facelift, making it very similar to RTM.
  • Aero Peek has been updated.
  • Windows Basic theme has received an update.
  • Title bar buttons are now sized to resemble that of the RTM. This size was previously seen in builds 6568 up to 6608.

Bugs[edit | edit source]

Compatibility[edit | edit source]

VMware Workstation[edit | edit source]

It is not recommended to install this build on a disk controller other than LSI Logic as setup will hang during the second phase of installation.

Desktop Window Manager[edit | edit source]

When using this build in modern VMware hypervisors, the Desktop Window Manager may fail to render the Aero environment properly and DWM may become unstable and crash. To enable Aero in this build, install it on a compatible physical machine or use an older version of VMware.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]