Microsoft Corporation has released what it has called the "final" fix that corrects the issue of some iPods corrupting when ejecting them using Windows Explorer or the 'Safely Remove Hardware' function in the System Tray. Within days of Vista's general availability, Apple Incorporated warned Windows iTunes users to delay upgrading to Vista. Now, however, "Apple and Windows have partnered together to ensure a great experience in using Windows Vista with iTunes and the iPod, and both companies recommend you download this update," said Nick White, a Vista program manager. The Vista iPod patch will be made available to users on May 22 via Windows Update although itis already available from Microsoft's site.
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