Solving some Windows Vista problems

Much as I love Windows Vista (yes, I know I'm slightly biased) there were a few issues that irritated me:

  1. When exiting the photo screen saver there was sometimes a really long delay. This bugged me to the extent that I stopped using the photo screen saver
  2. The "estimated time remaining " calculation seemed to take ages to appear, particularly for really large files
  3. When resuming the machine from hibernation it would sometimes take a long time to display the logon screen.

None of these ruined my quality of life but they were painful.

But the good news is that they've all been fixed, along with a host of other issuettes, in a new service pack. Hurry along to to get your copy!



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Comments (6)
  1. the andyman says:

    Don’t forget the other one:

    "in a new service pack" better change that to "fix pack" (as other people are referring to it) quick or you’ll have some nitpicking bloggers down your throat thinking that it’s not just a typo and that someone who works for MS is actually admitting the existence of SP1 😉

  2. Ian Moulster says:

    Hi Andyman. Yeah fair comment, thanks for the catch.

  3. Some of my Folders refuse to open signifying  "Access Denied " eventhough I have been using the files some days back. Why??

  4. rg says:

    just noticed today ,that in windos media player when i want  to burn some music ,

    on the right were u drag yur songs  to theres a new logol”


    logol showing a unpluged  diagram,

    what  happend?….

    my futher resurch shows-,


    code31=is a tap adapter#33 properties

    code10=this device cannot start(code10) the driver no good can some one help in this area thanks..rg

  5. ss says:

    Know a co-worker that has windows Vista and she says at boot up the light for the drive comes on but she gets a black screen and nothing loads.What could cause this and what can be done to fix this problem?

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