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I can't help it, but this speculation game. Several sources have information about the release date of Windows Vista SP1. He has more than 35 years of experience in IT management and system administration. But the PC market will rebound in the second quarter, he said. The launch of an updated version of Microsoft Vista on February 15, if its prices do not go up too much compared to its version, may help boost DRAM sales, Pai added.

And InfoWorld mentions the same date. According to their source, software industry analysts also have heard of Feb. As usual, Microsoft officials did not confirm anything. I've mentioned it before on this blog. I find Microsoft's information policy about release dates quite vexing.

Release dates of such importance play a central role in the planning of any bigger IT department. I wonder how many organizations did not even start thinking about deploying Vista simply because the release date of Service Pack 1 is still unknown. Subscribe to 4sysops newsletter! I know that it is not easy to determine when exactly a software product is ready. However, I think that it is possible if you only add a generous time allowance to your schedule. If you are done earlier, you can just do some extra testing before releasing the product.

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Want to write for 4sysops? We are looking for new authors. Read 4sysops without and for free by becoming a member! He has more than Predicting a release date is not as easy as the administrators seam to think. I understand fully that admins would want to have an exact date so they can prepare, but software development, especially large scale development is like a war, its fluent.

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You can set scheduling goals but most of the time you want be able to keep them, sometimes it goes much faster sometimes much slower but usually somewhere inbetween, but one thing you can be sure of, if you set a release date, it want be kept. It will be held back from Release date vista service pack Update until the same time in order to fix a problem beta testers encountered with some drivers, Microsoft said. It is now the end of Feb and no SP1. And no date for a fixed product. Just a lot of complaints. For past year a defective product Release date vista service pack been sold on new machines.

Most of the "defective product" issues stem from manufactures selling sub par systems i. If the lan driver is the problem use a public pc i. On a side note good luck bringing a court case to Microsoft for a "defective product" as I'm running vista and it works perfectly fine. Sure theres a crash or two here and there but its no more so than I ran into on XP. Its just not for people who don't understand pc's and expect everything ever conceived in the pc world to work on their brand new system. You want new? Buy new stuff to use with it that supports it. If all this is to much for you stick with XP.

It still has quite a large following which has been the trend with every OS Microsoft has released in the past. Whenever the successor to Vista comes about everyone will talk about how horrible it is and how much better Vista is the pc world never changes in that aspect. I would have to agree with Joe. After getting a new laptop a few weeks ago with vista pre-installed I haven't had any issues. Having said that I'm not sure why anyone would want to buy vista off the shelf to install on older pre vista machines.

If you want to try new software, install a recent linux distro. I'll give vista another month and decide as to whether I'll go back to linux or not but so far I've been satisfied. I find Linux a LOT more difficult to update, use, and it lacks a lot of neat features Windows has built in. Just installing a theme can be a chore compared to XP just download, install, and use. The claim Linux "Just works" is true until you try stuff such as wireless networking, which only work well with a few wireless chipsets. I specified for it to use my new Non-Windows Hard Drive, and yet it messed up the Boot table on both.

Linux is neat, and I am no hater of it. I am very good with computers and such, maybe it's just I do not know enough about Linux to truly enjoy it, but Linux, imo, needs a lot of work still to even consider trying to compete against Windows. Linux never seems "complete" to me.

Vista does a lot of things right, and a lot wrong too, but the speed of XP makes me want to keep it until I can seriously upgrade my computer. Wow that's rough. I guess I was just lucky when I installed linux 4 years ago and I'm not a high end computer user by any means. Just an average user with an average desktop I guess and all I ever usually do is check and the internet. Any problems I had I usually scanned the web for solutions. Again this brings up the issue that it's usually the hardware or other party software that causes a problem with the OS whether it is Windows or linux.

I think people may get the wrong idea that when SP1 is released to the public that it will solve all their problems when it's likely their hardware or 'other' software that's likely the problem. Rick, come on! This is enemy soil. Joe, you hit the nail on the head. I remember quite well how everyone complained about Windows 95 and Windows Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Receive new post notifications. Member Leaderboard — Month.

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Windows Vista Service Pack 1 release date Feb. 15?