|02 Sep 2012||#5|
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Possibly not, you'll have to try it to see. If not install SP1 first from Windows Updates.
Why do you not have SP1 anyway? You don't have Windows 7 if you don't have SP1. It's entirely possible performance problems you're having are resolved by it. You should install it and all subsequent Important and Optional Updates to see for sure. Anything less is reckless eccentricity.
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