Windows Vista SP1 BETA

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vista_logo.png Right on cue, Microsoft has made available the long-awaited Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista to a private group of beta testers. One lucky user actually goes on to describe the update and note a number of positive changes, some of which include a much snappier logon experience, a new option in the Disk Defragmenter “allowing you to choose which volumes you would like to defragment,” improvements in responsiveness when resuming from Hibernation/Sleep mode, and interestingly enough, slightly improved battery life on a tested laptop.

Furthermore, “select members of the community” are also getting to give five new reliability packages a whirl, which are all slated to be available to the public before SP1 is released en masse. Click here for more information.

Source: Engadget

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