Vista ThingyI have been reading a good number of horror stories involving Vista SP1 the past few days. And since I am a glutton for punishment, or I just happen to have a Vista installation with nothing important on it, I decided to take the SP1 plunge. I fully expected to experience the ‘Blue Screen of Death’ or random driver errors. So, when I had a text book installation of the SP1 upgrade, I would have to say I was a bit disappointed. The installation took about an hour, and it worked flawlessly. I can’t find anything to spend countless hours trying to fix. Microsoft, you have a reputation to uphold, I should be scouring the web on a separate PC looking for fixes to get my Vista machine back up and running right now, but instead I find myself sharing with the world that Vista SP1 might actually be worth installing. However, I must add that I am not sure what new features, gizmos, or gadgets I may find in SP1. I just haven’t had enough time to explore it. And, then I have to admit that I am not extremely familiar with what Vista’s exhaustive feature set was before SP1 so I might not notice any feature enhancements.

Now for some more exciting news: Coming soon….

(the beta is being tested by geeks around the world as I type this…)