Just when you thought it was over with program issues on Vista… with the install of SP1, there are more issues with application compatibility. I know companies are working hard to get OS upgrades in place when SP1 is released, but is this going to change the game some? It might, but I would guess that many of the companies have time to get things worked out before the service pack is released to the public.
“Windows Vista Service Pack 1 contains many security, reliability, and feature updates for Windows Vista,” the company said. “A program may experience a loss of functionality after you install Windows Vista SP1. However, most programs will continue to work as expected after you install Windows Vista SP1.”
Head on over to a list provided by Microsoft of applications that are currently known to not work.
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