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Microsoft to test Windows 7 update system

Posted on Monday, May 11 2009 @ 20:18:05 CEST by


Users of the Windows 7 Release Candidate will receive as many as 10 fake updates in the coming month, as Microsoft is testing the update mechanism of the upcoming operating system.
People running Windows 7 RC, which publicly debuted late on May 4, will be offered the mock updates beginning on Tuesday, May 12, said Brandon LeBlanc, a Microsoft spokesman. Microsoft wants to "verify our ability to deliver and manage updating of Windows 7 in certain real-life scenarios," LeBlanc explained in a blog post Friday evening.

As before, the updates do not actually deliver any new features or fixes, but replace existing system files with exact duplicates.




 



 

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