Windows 7 SP1 details begin to surface

With Windows 7 out the door we already know Microsoft immediately starts work on the servicing of Windows 7. Engineers are now hard at work at creating hot fixes for application compatibility and ironing out any bug reports they receive. The same process occurs for every version of Windows once it has been classed released to manufacturing (RTM).

Notorious for leaking Windows 7 builds during the beta phase, Wzor has provided some early information on the Windows 7 SP1 beta. According to Wzor a beta of Windows 7 SP1 will be released in January 2010 and the schedule is two beta releases and two release candidate releases. Wzor believes SP1 will be ready for OEMs during the Summer months (June/July/August) of 2010 with end users applying the update in the Autumn (September/October/November).

Wzor has released an image of what it claims to be an internal folder structure for the SP1 builds of Windows 7. If Wzor's reports are accurate then we could see a beta of Windows 7 SP1 debut to the public around the same time as CES next year.


Image credit: Wzor. Thanks to Shayla for the news tip.

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