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Consistent with the Computerworld site, based on information TechARP.com, Microsoft chose to move the release of SP1 to Windows 7 in the fourth quarter of this year to correct "serious performance bugs. Initially, the Redmond giant wanted to wait two years to submit this update. The person did not want to comment on the assertions TechARP.
If we refer to examples of Windows XP and Vista, their respective Service Pack 1 were released 10 and 12 months after their launch. Regarding
Windows 7, we can say that there is no real emergency. The new OS from Redmond has been well received and does not suffer from any serious fault.
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