Vista's First Service Pack Will Hit In March
Bug fixes, network transfer speed improvements
predicted, Microsoft today officially announced the March release of Windows Vista Service Pack One, which the company hopes will fix many of the annoyances that have made the OS launch rocky. According to an official Microsoft blog post
by Mike Nash, network file transfer speed should be substantially improved:
SP1 also includes changes focused on improving the performance of Windows Vista in areas that impact the customer experience the most. For instance, with SP1, copying or moving files around your PC, your home network or your corporate network should now be much faster -- up to 50% faster in some scenarios (according to our internal tests). In addition, on many kinds of hardware, resuming a Windows Vista-based PC from sleep is faster on Service Pack 1.
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Re: WinXP SP3, Maybe Next March 2009
said by Jack2131 :That feature has already been added. It's called WGA.
If I were Microsoft, I'd add a lot of "hidden" features in SP3 to make it slow down, open to virus attack.