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Windows 7 Service Pack 1
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Guys, this thread is made for discussing Windows 7 SP1. And i would like to ask something.

Does Service Pack 1 in Windows 7 give us comfortable feeling? Cause i've read some reviews about updating to Windows 7 (RUS/ENG) Service Pack (Alpha stage) that they said it's pretty bad. Any comment or suggestion about this ?
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#2
If it's alpha no wonder it's bad. That's why it isn't even beta...
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#3
If they implemented everything Classic Shell does then it will be an epically awesome service pack.
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#4
Don't ever install any service pack unless it is in your Windows Update list.
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(03-26-2010, 04:30 PM)kirisame Wrote: Don't ever install any service pack unless it is in your Windows Update list.

It's not like that, i'm afraid that if i updated it to SP1 (Full Retail), my activation would be reset to 30days, cause i'd already activated this. Man, i hope hackers will continue to develop their good work. Tongue
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#6
Hmm... that much could happen, installing service packs resets the evaluation periods so if your activation method is bypassing that it could start all over again :p

I suggest you get a license for it... it's really worth it IMO and you wouldn't have to worry about that stuff :P
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Yeah, people worrying more about how an SP1 might 'invalidate' their 'activation' really brings tears to my eyes... =b
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(03-28-2010, 08:14 AM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Hmm... that much could happen, installing service packs resets the evaluation periods so if your activation method is bypassing that it could start all over again Tongue2

I suggest you get a license for it... it's really worth it IMO and you wouldn't have to worry about that stuff Tongue

I understand. My current location doesn't sell windows 7 license. Nevermind windows 7 cause windows vista license isn't sold at here yet. I mean license only, not with laptop that has the license sticked >.<
And, i would be glad if u e-mail me directly the genuine that isn't being used.
Sorry, just kidding (no offense meant)
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You can't get them from an online store or something?
Or finding the cheaper OEM license?
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#10
Oops! Same thing happened again like it on old days when experimental Vista service packs arrived.

Geez, somewhat humans cannot learn the lesson from history.
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