Stuart J. Johnston, special to PC World
Thursday, August 19, 2004
Microsoft is only partway into delivering the long-awaited Service Pack 2 for Windows XP to users, yet it has already begun releasing fixes for problems that the mammoth update can cause, however inadvertently. The company has issued what is likely the first of several "hotfix" patches, which developers and analysts say are just a fact of PC life.
Don't even ask me why I haven't updated. Articles like this are all over the net.
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