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Windows 7 SP1 Screenshots Leaked

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Windows 7 SP1 is actually happening!

Earlier this week, we reported that testers can expect to get hands on the first service pack for Windows 7 this summer, with the final release happening in fall.

Such reports came from word that the big SP1 is already undergoing preliminary testing, and it seems that someone's already taken and posted screenshots of the install process.

Spanish Windows site Muy Windows (translated) has the screenshots of the Windows 7 SP1 install process.

There haven't been much word on what major changes, if any, to expect other than the inclusion of all patches and fixes released to date and the likely inclusion of USB 3.0 support.

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    Anonymous , 21 January 2010 05:02
    Obviously those screenshots aren't fake.
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    mi1ez , 21 January 2010 14:44
    If these are from the same PC, why is it in 2 languages?
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    3xe , 21 January 2010 15:45
    mi1ez, the first pic has no window title, the second has a windows window title. Hope that helps
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    3xe , 21 January 2010 15:48
    3xemi1ez, the first pic has no window title, the second has a windows window title. Hope that helps


    Or shal I say the first is the installer (that is in english) and the second is the windows version info on the computer (that is spanish) after the install.
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    mi1ez , 21 January 2010 21:53
    But surely the installer would run in the language of the PC? I suppose it's a leak and localisation is on of the last steps.