I've tried to explain it to you, if you don't see it, you're no worse off than if you do[/quote]
Now that was a bit of double Dutch if ever I've seen it, but don't on't worry about me, Mick... I've known all along that MS puts tags on beta software, and that I can opt not to install it, but I've all this pent up frustration and the beta tagging seemed as good as an excuse as any to vent some of it.
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Does the Service Pack actually do anything? When it finally comes out is it worth the upgrade?
I have noticed zero improvements and zero bugs,so it's a toss up,ALMonty
According to the Windows blog page, this service pack is intended to tweak/add to various elements of Vista, (more details here) rather than increase speed and/or performance... which were addressed in SP1. For example, bluetooth, blueray and wi-fi support has been included and/or upgraded. Some of these items have been previously released as standalone packages with Windows Update; however, I read nothing that claims over-all speed/performance increases for Vista in SP2.