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XP SP3 / Vista SP1 Official Discussion


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A trial version of XP SP3 has been released that includes all the updates (possibly troublesome). What will you do?  

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  1. 1. A trial version of XP SP3 has been released that includes all the updates (possibly troublesome). What will you do?

    • Downloading immediately
    • Waiting for some time for reviews
    • Waiting for final version
    • I will download but first I will check and clean the "problematic software"
    • I will not download for fear of the "problematic software"


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The Wait is Over for Windows Vista SP1

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 addresses specific reliability and performance issues, supports new types of hardware, and adds support for several emerging standards. It also addresses some management, deployment, and support challenges. With last week's public release of Windows Vista SP1, developers now have a couple of options for updating their Windows Vista machines. If you want to install the update immediately, it is now available in five languages ​​via Microsoft Update or by going directly to the Windows Download Center for standard updates of both the x86 and x64 versions.

For all Vista owners, the 1 service pack update is available for download in Windows UPDATE and at

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b0c7136d-5ebb-413b-89c9-cb3d06d12674&DisplayLang=en

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Thanks :)

I have a bomb computer + a bomb video card

My question was with the sp1 came changes from before sp1

Before sp1 what I had experienced it was a horror of the world

I do not understand what you're saying, but I really understand that I can tell you that SP1 solved a lot of problems for everyone and a lot of headache even though not everyone had :)

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If you have a C2D processor or higher 'date =' more than 1GB memory and a normal video card (6XXX series of Or ATI X *** or higher) is worth switching to Vista.

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At least 2GB and 4GB is highly recommended mainly for graphical applications and games.

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XP SP3 Rejected ...

After we broke the story on the release of Windows Vista Service Pack 1, we now have updated news and more details of the long-awaited Service Pack 3 for Windows XP. Microsoft has also made some changes to when and how Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released. Here are the details ...

Windows XP Service Pack 3 will contain hotfixes and updates released since Windows XP SP2. It will also include an expanded set of product keys for Windows XP Professional that was originally introduced in Windows XP SP2c.

Microsoft clarified that there will not be any integrated SP3 release for Windows XP Media Center Edition or Windows XP Tablet Edition. That means you will not be able to buy or obtain a complete Windows XP Media Center Edition / Tablet Edition SP3 CD. In addition, users of Windows XP Media Center Edition or Windows XP Tablet Edition will only be able to update to Service Pack 3 through Windows Update.

All languages ​​will now be released in two waves. Earlier, Microsoft said that languages ​​support for Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released in three waves. What was previously identified as wave 2 and 3 have now been combined into a single wave 2.

Microsoft has also delayed RTM for Windows XP Service Pack 3 to provide sufficient time to incorporate feedback from the beta testers. (In other words, they can not make their original deadline!)

Due to the changes in language releases and Windows XP SP3 RTM's release, here's the updated schedule.

Wave

Languages

Planned RTM

1

Chinese (Simplified), English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish

Second half of April 2008

2

Arabic, Chinese (Hong Kong), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Swedish, and Turkish

Approximately 21 days

after Wave 1 RTM

With the exception of Windows XP Media Center Edition and Windows XP Tablet Edition, Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released in both standalone and integrated formats. It will be available in both CD and DVD formats, except for the Japanese language version which will only be in DVD format.

http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/news/2008/03/25/xp-sp3-due

http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=521&pgno=0

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XP SP3 Rejected ...

After we broke the story on the release of Windows Vista Service Pack 1, we now have updated news and more details of the long-awaited Service Pack 3 for Windows XP. Microsoft has also made some changes to when and how Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released. Here are the details ...

Windows XP Service Pack 3 will contain hotfixes and updates released since Windows XP SP2. It will also include an expanded set of product keys for Windows XP Professional that was originally introduced in Windows XP SP2c.

Microsoft clarified that there will not be any integrated SP3 release for Windows XP Media Center Edition or Windows XP Tablet Edition. That means you will not be able to buy or obtain a complete Windows XP Media Center Edition / Tablet Edition SP3 CD. In addition, users of Windows XP Media Center Edition or Windows XP Tablet Edition will only be able to update to Service Pack 3 through Windows Update.

All languages ​​will now be released in two waves. Earlier, Microsoft said that languages ​​support for Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released in three waves. What was previously identified as wave 2 and 3 have now been combined into a single wave 2.

Microsoft has also delayed RTM for Windows XP Service Pack 3 to provide sufficient time to incorporate feedback from the beta testers. (In other words, they can not make their original deadline!)

Due to the changes in language releases and Windows XP SP3 RTM's release, here's the updated schedule.

Wave

Languages

Planned RTM

1

Chinese (Simplified), [glow = red, 2,300] English [/ glow], French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish

[glow = red, 2,300] Second half of April 2008 [/ glow]

2

Arabic, Chinese (Hong Kong), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, [/ glow], Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Swedish, and Turkish

[glow = red, 2,300] Approximately 21 days

after Wave 1 RTM [/ glow]

With the exception of Windows XP Media Center Edition and Windows XP Tablet Edition, Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released in both standalone and integrated formats. It will be available in both CD and DVD formats, except for the Japanese language version which will only be in DVD format.

http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/news/2008/03/25/xp-sp3-due

http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=521&pgno=0

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