Would be greate of the beta of WindowBlinds 7 were released to active ObjectDesktop Ultimate users. (Like my self.) Since I am using Windows 7 daily at work.
Uhhh... Ehhh... Eeep.... I think you have misunderstood the point of a beta OS entirely...
If you professionally develop Windows 7 software, you do NOT want to run third party software that might cause problems that is not related to the OS.
If you professionally beta test the OS, you most certainly do NOT want to install some extra beta test software, since it can cause non OS related problems.
If you're running W7 to get to know it, and learn the new features and such before release (because you're a tech support guy or something), you do NOT want to install some extra software that makes it look/behave different from a stock W7.
If you were a stardock employee regularly using W7, I'm sure you would have access to the ALPHA of WB for 7.
A beta OS has no place in a work environment other than for EXPERIMENTAL reasons. And an EXPERIMENTAL work environment definetely should not be running other non-essential experimental software. I don't see how windowblinds could be *essential* for a working environment, it's eyecandy, and as such it should only be applied when ALL software used is running smoothly in stable versions.