|26 Jan 2010||#1|
Windows SP1, Much Ado about a Standard Service Pack
Following the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft started to downplay the relevancy of major upgrades to the Windows operating system delivered via Service Packs. The Redmond-based company’s new perspective is that the best improvements would be delivered via Windows Update and Automatic Updates long before they are available in future service packs. This will be the case for Windows 7 SP1, which Microsoft indicates will be nothing more than a standard service pack release.
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