Windows Vista Service Pack 1 RTM is still not available to end users, even at a month and a half since it went gold. But some select few have access to the "next best thing." Japanese users of Microsoft's latest Windows client are also among the customers still waiting for SP1 RTM, but at the same time they have the Windows Vista Ultimate SP1 special edition toilet paper to keep them occupied until the actual service pack is released. Unlike the bits for Vista SP1, cellulose fails to come across driver issues that would postpone availability well after the date it was released to manufacturing.
The Windows Vista Ultimate SP1 toilet paper comes with a bathroom encyclopedia of information focused on the imminent service pack. It should come in handy for the Japanese Vista fanatics that need a tad of extra information about SP1 during relaxing times... And of course that quality is guaranteed. Microsoft stated that with SP1 it was going to soften all the rough edges of the operating system. And this is nothing but good news, as Vista Ultimate SP1 toilet paper should be in fact as smooth as silk. In the end, it's a matter of perspective, but I don't think that Microsoft is going to be all that happy about Vista SP1 ending up on a product used to wipe.
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