Update to be called also "Windows 7 SP 2" to apply the past 5 years patch of Windows 7 at a stroke will be released


ByYuya Tamai

Microsoft released a cumulative fix package that may be called "Windows 7 Service Pack 2" that summarizes the fixes that took place between February 2011 and April 2016 when Windows 7 Service Pack 1 was officially released. did. The package contains important fixes to Windows and security fixes.

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According to what was posted on Microsoft's official blog on May 17, 2016 local time, Microsoft said that he released "convenience rollup" for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Includes all updates including security related / non-security related items in one package, which was released in 2015Servicing stack update for Windows 7Although it is necessary to be installed in advance, it is possible to install all the patches in the past 5 years from February 2011 to April 2016 in one stroke.

If you use the fix package, Microsoft is spelling out that you no longer need to see the familiar screen of "While configuring Windows update" "Do not turn off the computer."


The cumulative fix package distributed this time is called "New Windows 7 Service Pack 1", but in fact it is expected to play a role closer to Windows 7 Service Pack 2 that users are long awaited.

However, Microsoft explained that "the new Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is not necessarily installed, it is an option to the last", and the package is not distributed via Windows UpdateMicrosoft Update CatalogYou need to access and download.

In addition, Microsoft will offer non-security updates for "Windows 7 Service Pack 1", "Windows 8.1", "Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1", "Windows Server 2012", "Windows Server 2012 R2" as one update every month Announcement. In the future we plan to release non-security updates and individual security updates.

Microsoft will stop distributing Windows updates through the Microsoft Download Center in the futureWindows Update CatalogWe are planning to distribute through.

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