When people talk about Windows Vista these days, two things
often come to mind: the perceived inferiority
to the six-year-old Windows XP operating system (which also just happened
to get a new lease
on life) and what Service Pack 1
(SP1) will bring to the table as far as improvements are concerned.
In the mean time, Microsoft is proceeding with continual
improvements to Windows Vista ahead of the official release of SP1. Microsoft
yesterday released a new hotfix, KB941649, which "improves the
compatibility, reliability, and stability of Windows Vista."
KB941649 address the following issues:
If you're running Windows Vista it might be wise to install
this latest hotfix to see if it may fix some of your OS woes.
Microsoft just sent an email to beta testers informing them that a beta of Windows XP SP3 is now available for download. The update weighs in at 334.92 MB. No other details are available on the update.