Microsoft has released Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. The update adds support for additional hardware and standards, including 64 bit processors from VIA. It's also designed to make it easier for IT professionals to deploy the operating system, and it includes all of the security updates and hotfixes released since Vista SP1. The update also includes Windows Search ...
It looks like the rumors were true. Microsoft is hoping to roll out Windows Vista SP2 before Windows 7 is publicly available. How soon? We don't know for sure. But the company is delivering the first beta version of Vista SP2 to a handful of Technology Adoption Program customers on Wednesday, October 29th. Depending on how things go, we could see the beta or a final version rolled out within a ...
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