Microsoft Releases Eight Updates for Vista

This week, Microsoft released some "important" updates for its newest operating system. If you have something against the Windows Update client built-in to Windows Vista, here is a compilation of the download links you need to grab the latest updates for your computer.

Update for Windows Vista (KB931836)
February 2007 cumulative time zone update for Microsoft Windows operating systems
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB932406)
The Windows desktop may stop updating correctly after a Windows Vista-based computer has been running for an extended period of time
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB935652)
June 2007 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB937077)
A high definition audio device may no longer work after you resume Windows Vista from hibernation or from sleep
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB937123)
When running Windows Vista, the 802.1X network authentication times out, fails and network connectivity can not be established.
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB938637)
In Internet Explorer 7 on a Windows Vista-based computer, you cannot enter user-defined words that are added to the Microsoft IME user dictionary
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB929824)
Windows Vista cannot connect to any off-link addresses when the default gateway is configured to be the same as the client IP address
Download: x86 | x64

Update for Windows Vista (KB930627)
The private data of the DEVMODE data structure may be corrupted when you use raw mode to print a document in a 32-bit application on a computer that is running a 64-bit version of Windows
Download: x64

Link: MsBetas Vista Update Page
News source: MsBetas.org

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