Vista Service Pack 1 Goes Gold, Set To Arrive Next Month
It appears that the development is now officially over for the first Service Pack for Windows Vista. The magic software has entered its Gold phase. However, for some unknown reasons, Microsoft just won't release it this month.
February 4, 2008
The Service Pack 1 for Vista presumably fixes up flaws still featured by the OS, thus adding improvements in terms of performance, reliability and compatibility. While an immediate release was the logical next step, Microsoft just won't set this one free.
The company's release schedule is set to start is about one month and a half and it goes like this:
- in mid-March, Microsoft will release Windows Vista SP1 to Windows Update (in English, French, Spanish, German and Japanese) and to the download center on microsoft.com. Customers who visit Windows Update can choose to install Service Pack 1.
- in mid-April, Microsoft will begin delivering Windows Vista SP1 to Windows Vista customers who have chosen to have updates downloaded automatically.
- the remaining languages will RTM in April.