If you were one of the early adopters, you may wonder why you upgraded to Vista. Well, we often wondered why we bothered. We've spent the last year upgrading all our commercial software, across various systems connected to the network. Reason for the upgrades? Vista compatibility. Surely an operating is merely a platform to run your software, not the other way around? Anyway, given the choice, we'd prefer to use Vista over XP, partly due to the improved security and enhanced visuals.
Windows Vista Service Pack 1 is the first official service pack from Microsoft. It's been discussed since summer 2007, so seems like we've waited months for arrival. Once installed, nothing appears to have changed...much. However, it does ship with a few new features, support for latest standards and security updates. So, definitely worth the upgrade if you're a Vista user.
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