Windows XP SP1 in September
Next week Microsoft will send the first service pack for Windows XP to 10,000 beta testers, with the final release scheduled for September. However, only for legal users of the operating system, because Microsoft wants to use a routine to exclude illegally activated versions from the update.
A new function will allow users to use software already included in the operating system such as browsers, messengers and media players, to remove. For this purpose, an extra option is added to the start menu, with the help of which you can remove the components. According to the US media, this is a partial success for the demands of the opponents in the legal dispute over Microsoft's monopoly position in operating systems.