My PC had Windows 7 pro with Service Pack 1 that i bought from bit over 1 year ago. I always keep Windows 7 updated and make sure everything going smooth. I dont have any problem with it.
The final SP for both XP and Vista consisted mostly of bug fixes that could otherwise be downloaded through Windows Update. I suspect if we did have an SP2 for 7, it'd be no different.
I'm fine with there being no SP2 release.
They don't want people to continue to use Win-7, so they will stop support in the form of service packs.
Using Windows update is going to be good enough as long as they continue to properly release updates for Win-7 in the face of ~projected~ crappy Win-8 sales.
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I have a old problem which I can't seem to find a fix for. I have Windows 7 Professional. I have a program called CutePDF Writer which I use to save articles I find in Russian. I have cut and pasted the titles of the articles into the filename line on the dialog box for the Cute PDF Writer print / save box. The file seems to save, but afterwards it is not there.
I suspect that the Cyrilic font I used is not supported by Windows 7 as the issue is that the files don't show in Windows Explorer in the directory I saved them to. I'd bet this is not only a problem for Cyrillic but probably many nonLatinic alphabets/ fonts. I've looked in vain on English and Russian websites, MS and others.
Earlier I had Windows Multilingual User Interface with XP. I was hoping to find such a thing for Win 7 Pro hoping it would solve my problem, but there is only Win 7 Embedded Standard MUI.
Does anybody have any insight into this problem?
Sorry that comment copied twice. I have Win 7 Pro 64 bit
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