The final version of Vista Service Pack is scheduled for February. This means that all its previous Release Candidates have to be uninstalled from Pcs since they will not offer up-to-date fix bugs and adequate security protection. If you are one of those who couldn’t wait and had to try absolutely one of the SP RC to see how it was like, then you may be at loss about how to remove the whole bunch of fixes you put into your computer. The solution may not be that easy, but luckily for us there is a procedure ( a small trick) to follow that not everybody knows:
- Click on the Start Menu and go to Control Panel
- Double click on Programs and Features
- On the left side menu, select View Installed Updates
- Under the list of Microsoft Windows, select Service Pack for Windows
- On the top menu, click on Uninstall
If everything went smooth now you are ready to get the definitive Windows Vista Service Pack!
Tags: sp, trick, Windows Vista
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