Labelled as the fastest selling operating system in history, Windows 7 is about to touch the soaring heights of 100 million copies sold within just a few months of its General Availability (GA) release. But it seems that developers are not exactly lying around with the achieved success.
Rumours of Service Pack development - its roadmap and expected features - have been spreading for a long while, and yesterday, an early build of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 was leaked on internet. The copy of the ISO image that got leaked consists of three executable files, one each for the x86, x64 and ia64 platforms. The build version of this Service Pack 1 package is 6.1.7601.16537.100327-0053 and is digitally signed by Microsoft with the compile date of 28th March. Testers reported that the installation is very fast, and the system reboot during update procedure (twice actually) is not very time consuming either. Being a development preview, the update is set to expire on March 31st, 2011.
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