I have a problem with thatincludes all the updates up to January
Thats not RTM just sort by Date and you can see 14 updates yesterday.
Windows 7 SP1 RTM due on February 16 for MSDN customers, Feb 22 for web | WinRumors
and as I said build 7601.17514.101119-1850 is the final RTM.
You may or may not. If they locked it down like I think they did back on 101119 then maybe not. Mine is updating ok and had about 7 yesterday here which I did not install all since some were for IE and I am waiting on IE9 release. If they change something and it becomes a new build then you may have to. I personally don't see that happening since it has been locked down so long and released to OEM supposedly. Typical MSI am running this build 7601.17514.amd64fre.win7sp1_rtm.101119-1850 Build Lab 7601.win7sp1_rtm.101119-1850
I assume that I will not have to uninstall this when the quote Official Version Quote is actually released and acknowledged by MS
Well, that barely lasted 6 hours.
"Relatively" safe?to explore the possibilities of a relatively safe build
we have restored the links to these files.
this will assist members in research and testing.
That cannot be overemphasized. Note "production enviroment" includes any computer you conduct any personal business, school, email, shopping, or banking, contains any data you don't want to lose, or if considerable downtime would cause problems.users should wait to deploy such a Service Pack into a production environment until an official release from Microsoft is made available.
Note "production enviroment" includes any computer you conduct any personal business, school, email, shopping, or banking, contains any data you don't want to lose, or if considerable downtime would cause problems.
Nice.IMPORTANT NEW INFORMATION ABOUT SERVICE PACK 1
Windows 7 Service Pack 1 did RTM TODAY.
Windows 7 SP1 Official General Availability to the Public on February 22, 2011.
On February 16, it will be available to Volume License customers, TechNet, and MSDN.
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