Windows 7 SP1 will bring to the table minor updates and bug fixes released post-RTM, but this should be sufficient, as the general consensus is that Win7 RTM doesn’t really need an SP1 in order to be ready for adoption. Users who choose to ignore recommendations and warnings related to illegal releases, and will jump to grab a leaked copy of Windows SP1 from BitTorrent trackers or warez websites’ve chance to download Build 6.1.7601.16537.amd64fre.win7.100327-0053, according to GeekSmack, compiled on Mar 27th, 2010, is a leak of the first Beta for service pack. What’s leaked’s a standalone SP1 installation package, and not an ISO image of Win7 with SP1 already integrated. Apparently, installation has been optimized and now comes with a boosted speed compared with older service-pack releases. No word yet from Microsoft or from third-party sources on the specific details of SP1.