Windows Vista SP1 Pops On TechEd Website

It looks like Windows Vista's first service pack is coming a lot sooner than expected. Mary Jo Foley's reports that a Vista SP1 beta might be seeded to 'elite' testers and enthusiasts as early as this week and public release around November, or as vaguely described by Microsoft PR "sometime this year". However, pundits down-under […]

It looks like Windows Vista's first service pack is coming a lot sooner than expected. Mary Jo Foley's reports that a Vista SP1 beta might be seeded to 'elite' testers and enthusiasts as early as this week and public release around November, or as vaguely described by Microsoft PR "sometime this year". However, pundits down-under might even get their dirty "hands on" SP1 as early as August 8th at Microsoft Australia's TechEd conference on the Gold Coast this year.

Whoever made this website, likely an outsourced company, is a pure genius for making the entire website load in a single page - making it impossible to link to any particular pages directly. I wonder why the rest of the internet haven't adopted this groundbreaking method of website navigation. Having said that, you can find this particular page under the "Education" menu, "Hands-on Labs" submenu and second collapsible table "Windows Client". Displayed in black and white is "Windows Vista SP1".

Microsoft, Windows Vista, SP1, Service Pack, Vista SP1, Vista News

Source:? Long Zheng's Blog