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Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Beta Leaked, Screenshots review

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A rapid build of Windows 7 is the first service pack is released, leading to thousands of downloads on a number of different torrent sites.

As with any Windows operating system (OS) output, bug fixes and improvements often come in the form of a service pack, and last month, the Windows team discussed the upcoming Windows 7 SP1 on a blog. The team detailed the first service pack is a series of minor updates to the popular operating system function. It should be noted, however, that the Windows team is not a final release date of the final Service Pack.

This leak beta, which was completed March 27 and is identified as build number "6.1.7601.16537.amd64fre.win7.100327-0053," gives an indication of incomplete progress on the next service pack, and how it does should not be considered a complete product.

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Early reports from those who went ahead and installed the beta have already emerged. Downloaders say that installing Windows 7 much faster than the installation of Service Pack family if you are using Windows Vista.

Microsoft has officially announced when the final package, the first service is available. If you tried the unofficial beta”be you let us know in the comments.

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