Microsoft is all set to launch its SP1 for Windows 7 Operating System for public on February 22. The company said it has already reached the milestone for both Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server R2 SP1. Windows 7 SP1 download option will be made available for customers who have subscribed to either TechNet or to the MSDN, from February 16.
Microsoft said that this SP1 would not include any new features specific that is common to Windows 7 OS, but on the same time it would composed of the security patches and other non-security bug fixes that are already been released through Windows update.
There is only one addition to this SP1 and that includes an updated Remote Desktop client deigned to work with RemoteFX. RemoteFX is the new technology that comes with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and additionally it improves the graphics performance of Windows7 virtual machine, that is hosted on Server 2008.
Windows 7 also supports Dynamic Memory, it is a feature that is available in Server2008 R2 SP1, which lets IT staff adjust guest virtual machines on the go.