Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Jan 2008 21:41 UTC
Windows "The wait is nearly over for the first service pack for Windows Vista, according to sources close to Microsoft. Microsoft has said the highly anticipated service pack would be out in the first quarter of this year, but some say it could be available in the next few weeks, more than a month before the quarter ends on March 31." That's what PCWorld says anyway, BetaNews thinks it will arrive in March. A new build has been released, in any case.
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RE: Why it won't help
by Fergy on Sun 27th Jan 2008 10:59 UTC in reply to "Why it won't help"
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"1. Speed up the OS (turn off desktop composition, indexing or other demanding services that are unnecessary)."
You can already turn of desktop composition and it should make your computer faster not slower. It just uses a little more memory(60MB)
"2. Improve compatiblity with applications."
MS has probably done all it can do. It's now time for the application developers to make their own programs compatible with Vista.
"3. Fix Its IE and Windows Explorer from Crashes and weired behaviors."
Personally I haven't had any weird crashes with Explorer and who uses IE7 anyway?

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