eWeek has taken a look at the recently released RC of Windows Vista/Server 2008 SP2. “Microsoft fulfills its promise of a quick delivery of a Release Candidate for SP2 for Windows Vista and Windows 2008 Server. Unfortunately, enterprises will see few worthwhile upgrades. There are some hardware and wireless improvements, but users and administrators will see the most beneficial upgrades to the search capabilities.”
‘Microsoft Vista SP2 Comes with Few Significant Upgrades’
2009-03-10 Windows 2 Comments
that is why Vista, 2008 and 7 will be nearly 99.9% the same. No blog posts with new 7 features can convince me otherwise.
I would kill for “open source project”-like stats on how many lines of code they added/changed/removed.
MS should embrace more openness
this isn’t like SP2 for xp or SP1 for vista. this is not intended as a selling point SP to convince those who haven’t adopted. It is however a sability and slight feature enhancement for those who already have bought. I welcome SP2, it is what it is, and nothing more.