To quote, roughly translated: You asked all the, it's finally happened, then it's scoop that I announce the arrival of CFW 4.46.1 Cedex SP1 TEAM SGK with a big novelty, adaptation DEX 4.41! (CEX have the firmware but with whom you spent / switched to DEX)
291w ago - At last the moment you've been waiting for...
Microsoft wants to hit your version of Windows with an update, and this time you don't have to go rummaging around the internet to find it: just fire up Windows Update and let Microsoft do all the work.
After a few false starts XP users get the much-anticipated SP3 update, which promises speed boosts and some of the fancy security features found in Vista.
If you're a Vista user you're also in luck, since Microsoft has restarted its Vista SP1 distribution after some compatibility problems with Microsoft Dynamics RMS. Sounds like a party.
298w ago - Microsoft has released a service update for all versions of its Windows Vista operating system.
The computer giant claims that the update improves the stability, security and performance of the software.
The update, or service pack, includes some fixes released before now and adds many new ones as well.
Microsoft has warned that the update could clash with some security software and other programs customers may have installed on their machine.
Those using Vista can download the update directly from Microsoft or wait for it to be automatically installed on their machine in mid-April.
On the Windows Vista blog, Nick White, Microsoft's product manager for the software, said those installing Service Pack One (SP1) may have to download and install some other "prerequisites" before the update can be applied.
The pre-requisites are generally updates to other programs or components of Vista to ease the passage of SP1.
Mr White also warned that some device drivers may also have to be refreshed before SP1 can be installed. Old drivers from RealTek AC, Intel and Symantec are known to stop SP1 being installed.
Advice about drivers and prequisites is provided on the Vista blog and in support articles.