Unofficial, of course. Remember all those unendorsed service packs for Windows 98 and 2000? Windows XP Service Pack 4 carries forward this tradition, and is now currently in its third beta. A release candidate is to be available in the near future, ahead of its full release. Developer harkaz has been working on this...

Even in this day and age there are some that prefer to wait until the first service pack is out for Microsoft products before deciding to make the plunge. This strategy is usually employed by companies and enterprises. Well, they are in luck, then, because Microsoft has quietly released SP1 for Office 2013. The first...

If you thought Redmond was done with the concept of service packs for its products, think again. While Windows is now almost exclusively updated via Windows Update, other Microsoft products, particularly business solutions, occasionally receive service pack upgrades. The company has just announced that it will release...

Windows 8 is the future of Microsoft. It introduces a new UI that attempts to bridge the world of tablets and personal computers. It brings on the Windows Store ecosystem and helps push us away from the old start menu and desktop interface. Still, not everyone is all that excited to jump right in. Some Windows users...

Traditionally, when Microsoft prepares its RTM version there isn’t much changes made for quite a while. Sure, there are updates that offer bug fixes and other minor changes, but that’s it. Breaking longstanding tradition, early Windows 8 users are getting updates made by MS to the client code that bring quite a bit of...