Windows XP Service Pack 3 to be released after Vista
Microsoft has revealed plans to release a third service pack for Windows XP.
"There will be a Service Pack 3 (SP3) for Windows XP," Bernard Ourghanlian, technical and security director at Microsoft France, confirmed, revealing that Microsoft's operating systme is set for another major evolution.
Windows XP's Service Pack 2, which came out in September 2004, has already deeply modified the operating system and updated its security.
Windows XP SP3 will be available in the course of next year, after the launch of Windows Vista, which "is the priority for the development teams", according to Microsoft France. Windows XP to get another upgrade - ZDNet UK News
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