October 10, 2006
Microsoft ends Support for XP Service Pack 1
Microsoft is planning to roll out patches for Windows XP this Tuesday as it customarily does on the second Tuesday of every month. It will be the last time those running Service Pack 1 will be able to get patches. Only those with Service Pack 2 will be able to get November's critical fixes for the OS when they are ready for download.
This Tuesday's cycle includes 11 patches, 6 for Windows, 4 for Office, and 1 for .Net Framework. It's also rumored that IE7 would be pushed out through Windows Update, but Microsoft only said the update would be out later on this month. Certain security features it IE7 will only be available in the Vista version.
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