Msg#: 3420722 posted 1:05 pm on Aug 13, 2007 (gmt 0)
Microsoft has released two updates for Windows Vista.
One update deals with the performance and reliability of Vista, while the other deals with the compatibility and reliability of the operating system.
The first update, dealing with various problems with performance and reliability in Vista, fixes a glitch which means that, if User Account Control is disabled on the computer, a user cannot install a network printer successfully.
The patch also addresses problems with file transfer 'estimated time remaining' speeds, offline file corruption during synchronisation to a server and memory-leak and management problems.