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Manufacturers get Windows® 7 service pack

On February 9, 2011, Microsoft for the first time delivered service pack for Windows 7 to the manufacturers of the original equipment. Consumers are to get the service packs for Windows 7 by next month that is March 2011. Prior to this step taken by Microsoft to deliver the service packs to original equipment manufacturers, Microsoft’s Russian branch first reported the update of the service packs for release to manufacturers and later on to retail customers.

The company plans to release the update to the consumers with the help of Windows Update. However the update with the Windows 7 service pack will be made available to the Tech Net subscribers and licensed customers of the company. The service pack for Windows 7 includes both the restructured adaptation of Microsoft’s isolated desktop client along with other hot fixes. The updated service pack also includes a dynamic memory support. This memory support is specially meant for Hyper V in the R2 version of Windows Server. Regarding this updated memory feature Michael Kleef, who holds a senior position in the technical team of the company, clarifies on the service blog of the company that the changed and enhanced memory of the service pack alone has increased the machine density within the companies’ parameters only.

The service blog of the company further highlights the importance of this change in the memory status of the updated version. The dynamic memory while allowing the increase in the machine density also retains the resources present without having to lose performance or efficiency. Microsoft itself tested the updated service in their lab and found that with Windows 7 SP1 there is a forty percent increase in the density of the machine. This achievement was possible only with the help of incorporating the dynamic memory change.

The other technology that has been incorporated in to the updated service pack of Windows7 is Remote FX.  Remote FX facilitates the delivery of a rich user understanding for the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure as it provides a 3D virtual adapter along with intelligent codecs. It also has the ability to convey USB devices in virtual machines. Remote FX is integrated with the RDP protocol that makes it possible to share encryption as well as authentication and management along with providing device support. Remote FX also delivers a highly productive user experience for desktops that are session-based. Remote FX therefore virtualises the graphical processing unit and allows the thin client machines to run applications on its hardware that would not have been otherwise possible. This also helps in cutting down the electricity consumption of the machine.

Microsoft® starts pushing Windows® 7 SP1 to all

Microsoft has fulfilled its promise that it made to the consumers. Now the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is available for all via the Microsoft Download Center and soon it will also be available to consumers through Windows Update. The Service Pack that would be made available through Windows Update would be approximately 750 MB in size for the 32-bit edition and slightly over 1 GB for the 64-bit edition. The version that is available on the Microsoft website is much larger. That version is suitable for those who want to upgrade multiple machines.

Those in U.S. and Canada wanting to have the Service Pack 1 can have the original DVD from Microsoft. The only thing is that although the DVD is free, yet customers from those countries would have to pay $5.99 as the shipping cost.

Windows 7 Service Pack 1 was announced by Microsoft about a year ago and a beta version was released in 2010 in the month of July. That was followed by a “release candidate” that was built last October.

It has often been repeated by Microsoft that the Service Pack does not contain any new feature, but it is just a collection of the security patches and the non-security fixes, which have already been a part of the Windows Update. An addition that has been made is the updated version of Remote Desktop Client that is designed to work with RemoteFX, a modern technology that came with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. RemoteFX aims to improve the quality of graphics performance of Windows 7 virtual machines that are hosted on Server 2008 R2 SP1 system. ‘Dynamic Memory’ that was a feature in Server 2008 R2 SP1 is also supported by Windows 7.

When not needed or desired the Service Pack can be uninstalled by choosing the ‘Service Pack for Microsoft Windows’ using the ‘Control Panel’ and uninstall tool.

There are many advantages that are associated with the usage of Windows 7 Service Pack 1:

It will help to keep your PC updated by continually delivering updates.

Apart from the various updates that have been earlier included in Windows Update, it also includes client-side support for RemoteFX and also Dynamic Memory.

Microsoft has recommended that those who want to update just one PC should do so through Windows Update instead of downloading it from the Microsoft Download Center website.

A few points that need to be kept in mind while installing the Service Pack are:

Before beginning to install the Service Pack, plug in your PC to an electrical outlet.

The system will restart after the installation of the Service Pack, so make sure that you save all your work before that. Windows 7 Service Pack 1 will require a lot of space for installation. In case you fear lack of space, you can run disk cleanup before the installation.

Microsoft® Windows® 7 SP1 Released To OEMs

Microsoft’s Windows 7 is the latest operating system. Now Microsoft recently offered the Windows 7 SP1 version. The final build of Windows 7 SP1 has been confirmed by Microsoft’s Russian Windows Virtualization team.

They have made it clear that the service pack will now be available for the public. As we are expecting that Microsoft released the service packs to OEMs and we are hoping that for public it may be released on a later date.

Now Microsoft recently posted a software update and the update will apply to all versions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. The update is named as KB976902 and if you want to remove and install any service packs of all versions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 then this update is necessary.

Microsoft released a service pack Blocker Tool that makes us to speculate that they are going to release Service Pack 1. Microsoft always releases service pack blocker Tool Kit around two months before they release service packs. They also published a Windows 7 release candidate build to mark the final push to RTM.

The service pack 1 that was launched will include RemoteFX, for remote users the RemoteFX will provide rich 3-D graphical experience. The service pack will also include several updates. These updates were also released sometime ago for Windows update for both Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.

Everybody is quiet confused with the use and features of RemoteFX. This is the tool which is used to enhance the RDP’s remote capabilities. This tool can be used for all types of clients which uses the low cost thin clients. It can also be used to experience the multiple remote display and for AERO.

A special technique called host-based rendering is used by RemoteFX to achieve this. The host-based rendering technique compress the final screen image and sent it down to the remote host that will render locally on the Remote PC. These enhancements will improve the quality of virtualized computing by improving the video streaming across remote sessions.

Recently Windows 7 completed its first birthday with a whopping 240 million licenses sold in the first year. The SP1 was expected to have launched by March 31, 2011 as Microsoft officials promised.

Windows 7 is getting very popular now and we are hoping the new SP1 will surely going to make it big. These updates will improve the quality that it was using previously by Windows 7.

Microsoft® Windows® 7 service pack to be released in 2011

Windows 7 is the newest Operating System of Microsoft built for use on Personal Computers home and business both, Laptops Netbooks tablets etc. Windows 7 was released in Oct 2009 with its server counterpart Windows Server 2008 R2.

Microsoft in its FAQs had stated that Windows Service Pack will be released in first half of 2011.

With the release of an update for users of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Microsoft has added fuel to rumors of Windows 7 Service pack ready for release. The Update KB976902 is stated as “a component required to install service packs”. It should be available in 1 or 2 weeks at the earliest. It is supposed to include a software pack for windows server 2008 R2 and workstation virtualization, also software for Microsoft Dynamic Memory which will allow Windows Server Hyper-V to dynamically allocate more or less memory as required to each virtual device. Also remote FX graphics are expected to be delivered at the end of the month. RemoteFX brings a boost to 3D applications and also helps deployment of Windows 7 through virtual machines using this technology. RemoteFX was acquired after the acquisition of Calista Technologies by Microsoft. Microsoft still insists these are ‘enhancements’ rather than new features. They might also inckude support for more third party federation services, better HDMI device support. The service pack is to look into several serious performance related bugs.

It is essentially a collection of security and other reliability patches which have already been previously released in the form of updates to the operating system. The first version of service pack has already been shipped to Original Equipment Manufacturers. This was reported in by TechNet through Microsoft’s Russian windows visualization team.

Microsoft Windows ensures software security of its Operating Systems and releases updates on the second Tuesday of every month and also frequent Service packs.

Judging by the time Microsoft took for the first service pack for Windows Vista an early 2011 release seems a good bet.

Windows 7 has been well received and its users are eagerly awaiting the Service Pack release. It has been a tremendous success compared to the Windows Vista. Windows Vista had such a poor reception that it was common for people to downgrade to XP however Vista and Windows 7 were both duly optimized for multicore CPUs and hard core performance in running heavy duty applications. Windows 7 also trumps Vista in booting with XP coming a close second and Vista a miserable third. Windows 7 delivered excellent results and proved its might by beating or coming close to the performance of the lightweight XP in just about every category of performance testing the three Operating Systems can be subjected to.

It comes as no surprise that many are waiting for the launch of a service pack and wondering how can Microsoft further enhance the Windows 7 experience.

Windows® 7 SP1 in OEM Stage

Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) thus fuelling rumors of its availability to the users soon. The information about it being sent to OEM’s was available through Microsoft’s Russian Technet website.

Windows 7 SP1 will be including a software pack for windows server 2008 R2 and workstation virtualization, also software for Microsoft Dynamic Memory which will allow Windows Server Hyper-V to dynamically allocate more or less memory as required to each virtual device. Software for Remote FX graphics are expected to be delivered soon. RemoteFX brings a boost to 3D applications and also helps deployment of Windows 7 through virtual machines using this technology. RemoteFX was acquired after the acquisition of Calista Technologies by Microsoft. Microsoft still insists these are ‘enhancements’ rather than new features. It is also rumored to include support for more third party federation services, better HDMI device support. The service pack is to look into several serious performances related bugs that might have crept into the original pack.

It is essentially a collection of security and other reliability patches which have already been previously released in the form of updates to the operating system. The first version of service pack has already been shipped to Original Equipment Manufacturers. This was reported in by TechNet through Microsoft’s Russian windows visualization team.

Microsoft Windows ensures software security of its Operating Systems and releases updates on the second Tuesday of every month and also frequent Service packs.

Judging by the time Microsoft took for the first service pack for Windows Vista an early 2011 release seems a good bet.

Windows 7 is one of Microsoft’s success stories that it will harp on for time to come. Microsoft will ensure that this success story is carried forward unblemished. Also among users it has been well received and they are eagerly awaiting the Service Pack release. It had received a tremendous reception among users as compared to the Windows Vista. Windows Vista had such a poor reception that it was common for people to downgrade to XP however Vista and Windows 7 were both duly optimized for multicore CPUs and hard core performance in running heavy duty applications. Windows 7 also trumps Vista in booting with XP coming a close second and Vista a miserable third. Windows 7 delivered excellent results and proved its might by beating or coming close to the performance of the lightweight XP in just about every category of performance testing the three Operating Systems can be subjected to.

It comes as no surprise that many are waiting for the launch of a service pack and wondering how Microsoft can further enhance the Windows 7 experience. Sevrice Pack 1 is going to be available in the market soon to answer all such queries.

Windows 7 SP1 in OEM Stage

Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) thus fuelling rumors of its availability to the users soon. The information about it being sent to OEM’s was available through Microsoft’s Russian Technet website.

Windows 7 SP1 will be including a software pack for windows server 2008 R2 and workstation virtualization, also software for Microsoft Dynamic Memory which will allow Windows Server Hyper-V to dynamically allocate more or less memory as required to each virtual device.  Software for Remote FX graphics are expected to be delivered soon. RemoteFX brings a boost to 3D applications and also helps deployment of Windows 7 through virtual machines using this technology. RemoteFX was acquired after the acquisition of Calista Technologies by Microsoft. Microsoft still insists these are ‘enhancements’ rather than new features. It is also rumored to include support for more third party federation services, better HDMI device support. The service pack is to look into several serious performances related bugs that might have crept into the original pack.

It is essentially a collection of security and other reliability patches which have already been previously released in the form of updates to the operating system. The first version of service pack has already been shipped to Original Equipment Manufacturers. This was reported in by TechNet through Microsoft’s Russian windows visualization team.

Microsoft Windows ensures software security of its Operating Systems and releases updates on the second Tuesday of every month and also frequent Service packs.

Judging by the time Microsoft took for the first service pack for Windows Vista an early 2011 release seems a good bet.

Windows 7 is one of Microsoft’s success stories that it will harp on for time to come. Microsoft will ensure that this success story is carried forward unblemished. Also among users it has been well received and they are eagerly awaiting the Service Pack release. It had received a tremendous reception among users as compared to the Windows Vista. Windows Vista had such a poor reception that it was common for people to downgrade to XP however Vista and Windows 7 were both duly optimized for multicore CPUs and hard core performance in running heavy duty applications. Windows 7 also trumps Vista in booting with XP coming a close second and Vista a miserable third. Windows 7 delivered excellent results and proved its might by beating or coming close to the performance of the lightweight XP in just about every category of performance testing the three Operating Systems can be subjected to.

It comes as no surprise that many are waiting for the launch of a service pack and wondering how Microsoft can further enhance the Windows 7 experience. Sevrice Pack 1 is going to be available in the market soon to answer all such queries.

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