Microsoft Backpedals, Moves Up Vista SP1 Release Dates

After getting an earful from IT professionals on the delayed release of Vista SP1, Microsoft said Monday it would make the software available this month to some customers.

Volume-licensing customers will get the English version of the software at the end of this week, Mike Nash, corporate vice president for Windows product management, announced on the Vista Team blog. Nash said other languages would follow but did not give a time frame.

Later this month, the service pack will be made available to MSDN and TechNet Plus subscribers, many of whom lashed out at Microsoft on its TechNet Plus blog with venomous comments. Nash did not provide an exact date. Customers who participated in the Vista SP1 beta were shipped the SP1 bits last Friday.


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