Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2.
- x86 for Windows 7 32bit (537MB)
- x64 for Windows 7 64bit & Windows 2008 R2 (903MB)
- DVD contains all of the above (1953MB)
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (KB976932)
Microsoft has released Service Pack 2 for Windows Server 2008 & Windows Vista. The reason I haven’t put this on my blog in much detail is because I don’t use either at present. Vista is terrible & I haven’t had time to migrate to 2008 Server yet.
Way to much other important stuff going on in my work life at present to warrant the upgrade to 2008 Server. I have already tested 2008 Server and find the changes trivial, I’ve also looked at Windows 7 it’s a vast improvement on Vista.
- x86 for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista x86
- x64 for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista x64
So I’ve now got my hands on Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3), which was released on April 21st 2008. April 21st 2008 was the Release To Manufacturers (RTM) by Microsoft, SP3 will be released to everyone else on the 29th April 2008.
Here is the file information for the RTM version:
||BB25707C 919DD835 A9D9706B 5725AF58
||C81472F7 EEEA2ECA 421E116C D4C03E23 00EBFDE4
||62E524A5 52DB9F6F D22D4690 10EA4D7E 28EE06FA 615A1C34 362129F8 08916654
||976C8959 44CD23EB 9D4FB021 D17B531E 938845D2 251508AF BBDF3216 9CEC39E5 DC38517E AFC57FFA 7918A518 FF480AFF 58071FD5 C955E1B6 9D5CA7BE C4F09D1E
Update: 29th April 2008
Windows XP SP3 Public Release Delayed
Update 2: 29th April 2008
Even though the public release is delayed Microsoft has the download on their site. See above.
Update 3: 7th May 2008
Microsoft has now officially released Windows XP Service Pack 3, so we can probably assume that they have fixed the little bug they had.
Microsoft has released Windows Vista SP1, however this is not available via Automatic Windows Update at this point, so if you are using Vista and want SP1 now you will have to manually download it.
Windows Vista SP1