Download Windows 7 Rtm Stability And Reliability Update

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Download Windows 7 RTM Stability and Reliability Update

From Microsoft

By Marius Oiaga, Technology News Editor

16th of October 2009,

Microsoft is making use of the time it still has ahead of the October 22nd general availability deadline of Windows 7 to deliver some last-minute finishing touches to the operating system. The latest iterations of the Windows client and server platforms were released to manufacturing on July 22nd, 2009, and, since August, have been available to specific customer segments including MSDN and TechNet subscribers. On October 13th, the Redmond company made available for download updates for both Windows 7 RTM and Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM designed to boost the stability and reliability of the two platforms.

"An update is available to resolve issues that affect some computers that are running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. These issues are reported by customers who use the Error Reporting service or Microsoft Customer Support Services," Microsoft revealed. "This update improves the stability and reliability of Windows 7 and of Windows Server 2008 R2 in various scenarios."

This is not an uncommon practice with Microsoft. In fact, ahead of Windows Vista's GA in January 2007, Jim Allchin, the then Windows boss, told customers that the first thing they would have to do after installing Vista and running the operating system for the first time was to update the brand-new platform. Starting with Vista, the software giant revealed that it would rely increasingly more on Windows Update for the evolution of Windows, as opposed to major upgrade releases – service packs.

There are no less than three versions of the stability and reliability update for Windows 7 available for download. Microsoft is offering the refresh for 32-bit (x86) Windows 7 RTM, for 64-bit (x64) Windows 7 RTM and for 64-bit (x64) Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM.

According to Microsoft, "This update resolves the following issues:

Read details at softpedia - http://news.softpedi...te-124571.shtml

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