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Name:TBKResources Wave1 Windows6 0 KB936330 X86 exe

Total Size: 1.28 GB

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Last Updated: 2010-04-18 13:18:44 (Update Now)

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 Wave1_Windows6.0-KB936330-X86.exe

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Version for X86 computers!! Haven't tried it yet!
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<br> Quotes from others on loading this SP1:
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<br> By now you're aware that the Windows Vista SP1 Beta has been released to beta testers for a thorough shakedown. I just wanted to give anyone who still has UAC on a bit of warning. If you right-click the installer and select "Run as Administrator" first, then it won't take nearly as long to extract the files. Otherwise, it takes almost 15 minutes just to fail thrugh the copy the first time, until you finally get the UAC dialog.
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<br> Also, be aware that, while it says it can take up to 30 minutes, it's closer to an hour, and it will restart 3 or 4 times in the process (checking the box at the beginning is definitely advised). I've been running SP1 on my main machine for a few hours now, and it seems to be pretty stable.
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<br> So here's what you can expect in Windows Vista SP1.
<br> Quality improvements
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<br> As with previous Windows service packs, Windows Vista SP1 will include all of the previously released updates for Windows Vista, including all security, reliability, and performance improvements. Many of these improvements were driven by customer requests and the WER, as noted above.
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<br> Microsoft says it will make the following quality improvements in Vista SP1.
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<br> Security improvements include previously-announced changes to Windows Security Center that will allow third-party security software makers to more effectively communicate with and replace Microsoft's security dashboard with their own solutions, new APIs aimed at helping security software makers work with the Kernel Patch Protection feature in 64-bit versions of Vista (also previously announced), changes to RemoteApp and the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), the addition of a new Elliptical Curve Cryptography (ECC) pseudo-random number generator (PRNG), and a change to BitLocker Drive Encryption that adds optional multifactor authentication method combining keys protected by a TPM hardware module, a Startup Key stored on a USB memory key device, and a user-generated personal identification number.
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<br> Reliability. For reliability, Vista SP1 will include better reliability and compatibility with newer graphics cards, improved reliability when using notebook computers with an external display, improved networking configuration reliability, improved reliability of systems that are upgraded from XP to Vista, better compatibility with many printers, and increased reliability and performance when entering and resuming from sleep mode.
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<br> Performance. Vista SP1 adds a number of performance improvements as well by increasing the speed of copying and extracting files, increasing the performance of Hibernate and Resume, increasing the performance of domain-joined PCs when working offline from the domain, improving the performance of Internet Explorer (IE) 7 by reducing CPU utilization and speeding forbidden parsing, improving battery life on certain mobile systems by reducing screen redraws and thus CPU utilization, increasing the performance of the CTRL+ALT+DEL logon dialog, and improving the performance of browsing network file shares.
<br> Administrative improvements
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<br> Vista SP1 will include a number of changes aimed at the system administrators who deploy, support, and maintain Vista-based systems. These changes include:
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<br> BitLocker Drive Encryption. In the initial version of Vista, BitLocker could only automatically encrypt the C: drive. Now, in SP1, BitLocker can also optionally encrypt other drive volumes (D:, E:, and so on), as is possible with Windows Server 2008.
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<br> Terminal Service printing. Local printing from a Windows Terminal Services session will be improved.
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<br> Network Diagnostics. Windows Vista SP1 will add a new version of the Network Diagnostics tool that will also help administrators and end users diagnose common file sharing problems. (Available from the Diagnose and Repair link in Network and Sharing.)
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<br> Disk Defragmenter. The built-in Disk Defragmenter service will be updated so that customers can configure exactly which volumes are automatically defragged.
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<br> Group Policy. Vista SP1 will include a number of Group Policy (GP) changes. Most controversial, the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) will be uninstalled so that the GPEdit management console can be used to manage local policies. Microsoft will also ship a tool before SP1 that will let admins add comments to Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and individual GP settings.
<br> Support for new hardware and standards
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<br> Since Windows Vista shipped in early 2007, a number of emerging new hardware types and international standards have emerged. SP1 will address these changes by adding support for them to Windows Vista. They include:
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<br> Extended FAT (exFAT) file system. A future standard for flash memory storage and consumer-oriented mobile devices. Based on FAT, exFAT adds support for longer file names and other improvements.
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<br> Secure Digital (SD) Advanced Direct Memory Access (DMA). This update to SD technology improves transfer performance while decreasing CPU utilization. It will require SD DMA-compliant host controllers.
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<br> EFI network booting on x64 systems. In the initial shipping version of Windows Vista, 64-bit (x64) versions of the OS could boot on EFI-compliant PCs, which replace ancient BIOS technology with a more modern solution. With SP1, EFI-based x64 Vista systems can also support network boot, a feature that was previously available only on 32-bit (x86) Vista versions on BIOS-based PCs.
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<br> DirectX 10.1. Vista SP1 will support Microsoft's latest multimedia and gaming libraries.
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<br> Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP). Vista SP1 will add support for the SSTP remote access tunneling protocol.
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<br>A whitepaper published by Microsoft near the end of August 2007 outlined the scope and intent of the service pack, identifying three major areas of improvement: reliability and performance, administration experience, and support for newer hardware and standards. More specifically, the following changes are planned for inclusion:
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<br> * Performance improvements with copying files, hibernation, logging off on domain-joined machines, forbidden parsing in Internet Explorer, network file share browsing, and other areas.
<br> * Performance improvements with Windows Disk Defragmenter that are also slated for Server 2008. The ability to choose individual drives to defragment is being reintroduced as well.
<br> * New security APIs for the benefit of antivirus software that currently relies on the unsupported practice of patching the kernel (see Kernel Patch Protection).
<br> * A new version of Windows Installer, version 4.1.
<br> * Users will be able to change the default desktop search program to one provided by a third party instead of the Microsoft desktop search program that comes with Windows Vista. Third-party desktop search programs will be able to seamlessly tie in their services into the operating system.
<br> * Support for the exFAT file system.
<br> * Support for 802.11n.
<br> * Terminal Services can connect to an existing session.
<br> * IPv6 over VPN connections.
<br> * Support for booting using Extensible Firmware Interface on x64 systems.
<br> * An update to Direct3D, 10.1, which is expected to make mandatory several features which were previously optional in Direct3D 10 hardware.
<br> * Support for the Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol
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<br>Support for the Group Policy Management Console is being removed; a replacement is planned for release the same time frame as the release of the service pack.
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<br>The whitepaper also notes that Service Pack 1 will include a kernel that will be up-to-date with the version to be shipped with Windows Server 2008.

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