Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th Jan 2008 14:39 UTC
Windows Microsoft has made Vista's Service Pack 1 near-final 'release candidate' available for download to the general public, after initially choosing to restrict it to 15000 beta testers when it debuted last week. According to a blog by ZDNet.com's Mary Jo Foley, a Microsoft representative said the build contained a "number of bugs that testers encountered in previous prerelease versions of SP1". The update is largely a collection of bug fixes and performance and compatibility improvements, but includes some minor new features.
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RE: A Vista's Forté!
by Meridian on Tue 15th Jan 2008 11:33 UTC in reply to "A Vista's Forté!"
Meridian
Member since:
2007-12-18

Wasn't the Vista mantra that drivers have been removed from the kernel and that they will not cause any more BSOD's? If that is true then what is causing it?

Pixies?

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RE[2]: A Vista's Fort�é!
by hussam on Tue 15th Jan 2008 12:38 in reply to "RE: A Vista's Forté!"
hussam Member since:
2006-08-17

Yogurth, removing drivers from the kernel isn't the correct term. But if you are talking about userspace, maybe someone with more knowledge can explain this better to us.

Edited 2008-01-15 12:40 UTC

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