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What is the difference between a MS Service Pack 1,2,3 & 4?
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slofilmcastAuthor Commented:
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nomadic1Commented:
Service packs are later releases of total bug fixes, driver updates and enhanced features packaged together for ease of installation.  For instance, Microsoft Windows NT uses service pack updates.  Each subsequent update has increased useability features, driver updates and bug fixes found, developed or created after the release of the original operating system.  It helps older operating systems remain useful without requiring the user to purchase a brand new operating system and helps newer operating systems perform better.  But for the pessimistic, a service pack is all of the "updates and patches" that should've been fixed or integrated prior to the initial release...hahaha.  The subsequent numbers just show the later releases which further update the operating system.
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