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my ccleaner is showing sp1 now....

Posted by ilmbg (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 6, 12 at 11:50

I used the ccleaner- I noticed it showed win7starter, which is correct. But is showed 'sp1', which I take it to mean starter pak 1?? I know I had starter pk 3 a long time ago. Did I lose it somewhere? Could that be the problems that arose lately?
Thanks


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RE: my ccleaner is showing sp1 now....

Windows 7 SP1 (Service Pack 1) is the most current service pack.

Maybe you're thinking from 'a long time ago' about winXP SP3

Here is a link that might be useful: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/downloads/service-packs


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RE: my ccleaner is showing sp1 now....

Windows 7 comes in four versions - Starter, Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate. Each of those four versions have different features included.

SP refers to Service Pack, which is a major update for Windows (and other software including Microsoft Office). Those updates may include performance and security improvements, support for new hardware, and in some cases new features.

So you have Windows 7 Starter Edition with Service Pack 1. For Windows 7, SP1 is the only service pack released so far.


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RE: my ccleaner is showing sp1 now....

"Windows 7 comes in four versions - Starter, Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate."

Actually, Windows 7 comes in six different versions - Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise. However, for most users, the four previously mentioned versions are going to be the most preferred options.


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