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Microsoft has launched the Release Candidate for Windows 7 Service Pack 1.
A public beta of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is due for release next month, says Microsoft.
Microsoft has released the list of what patches to expect this Tuesday, and there's just a single entry - an unknown flaw marked as 'Critical'.
Microsoft has made a public beta available for Windows Vista Service Pack 2, which includes security rollups, Blu-ray support, and better power management.
Another security flaw has been discovered in Windows Vista, this time allowing for a buffer overflow in the networking subsystem to overwrite kernel memory.
Microsoft has released Home Server Power Pack 1, which finally addresses the eight-month-old data corruption issue that has plagued users.
Microsoft quietly re-introduced the long-awaited Service Pack 3 for Windows XP yesterday after a compatibility bug resulted in its rapid removal in April.
The first service pack for Windows Vista was released to manufacturing last week, but is not yet available for download due to a problem whereby it can break certain drivers.
Microsoft is due to ship a flawed random number generator with the latest Windows Vista service pack, which has the potential to put your encrypted data at risk.
Users still clutching to their copy of Windows XP will be happy to find out that SP3 appears to bring a performance increase.
The much anticipated SP1 for Vista should be out for release during the first quarter of 2008 according to Microsoft.
It's coming, it's not, it's coming, it's not...the story has changed so much. But now it's official- Vista Service Pack 1 is due out in the latter half of this year.
Following an enormous backlash in the media and by the music-listening public, Sony-BMG performed an embarrassing U-turn and have released a patch to remove the aggressive DRM from the latest Van Zant CD.
James' advice to you when you encounter free software from Microsoft is to run and hide – there will always be strings attached.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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