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Microsoft Quietly Readies Windows XP Update


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Vista's first service pack got the limelight, but a release candidate of SP3 for XP was also delivered last week. Details...

Related:

Early Tests Say SP3 Speeds Windows XP
The beta service pack released last week boosts performance as much as 10%, evaluator says. Details...


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Edited by Major Payne, 28 November 2007 - 09:40 PM.

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Hmmmm... Well, I think Microsoft is shooting itself in the leg, don't you think? And by the way, where are the 'Vista Features' some people said would be in SP3?
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Micro$oft shot themselves in the foot when they released Vista and are now planning a new O/S to replace it already. People know Vista is not as good as M$ says and many new PCs were shipped with Vista turned out to not be able to run it properly. Reason for a lot of requests to put Win XP on new machine again instead of Vista. SP3 for XP will be really great and may give XP more life. I'm sure M$ will extend support for XP then.

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