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Thursday, 24 April 2008 11:37

Vista SP1 automatically delivered

Written by Nick Farell

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Love it or hate it, live with it


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giant Microsoft has started to push the upgrade of its Vista SP1 upgrade. According to ComputerWorld, Vole has flicked the switch that will wing the upgrade automatically into punter's machines.

Not everyone will get the update. Microsoft is distributing SP1 in phases,and limiting the automatic delivery to English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish versions of the operating system. Although Microsoft released the other 31 language packs last week, it will wait until the middle of next month before it adds them to Windows Update automatic distribution, said Chris Flores of the Windows client communications team, in a post to the Vista blog today.
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