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An Early (Unofficial) Look at Windows 7 SP1

The sieve in Redmond has another leak flowing through it. This time, it's Windows 7 SP1, a version which is now apparently all over the Web. It doesn't seem to be all that exciting, and the leaked SP doesn't seem to answer the few smoldering (they're not exactly burning) questions, mainly about USB 3.0 support and improved Bluetooth and Wi-fi capabilities, surrounding SP1. But if you want a little peek at it, take a look for yourself.

Posted by Lee Pender on April 08, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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