While leaked copies of the Windows 7 SP1 RTM rolled out on the torrent sites last week, Microsoft has, after a long-wait, made the download link available — the very first service pack of the Windows 7, Windows 7 SP1 RTM, can be downloaded for free.
After selling over 300 million copies of licensed Windows 7 (not to forget that this doesn’t include the vast number of copies that are pirated from torrent sites), upgrading to the Service Pack 1 will be an exciting experience for the Win7 users.
The update tacks on a new 3D experience for remote users with the feature called “RemoteFX.” This will provide a completely new remote experience for the users with improved video streaming. Also included in the incremental update is fixing of bugs and closing of the security issues.
Download Windows 7 SP1 RTM
I haven’t downloaded the file yet, but I’ll. If you have a licensed copy of Windows 7, then it is recommended that you should update to this service pack. Needless to say, this is a healthy update for Win7 users.
The file is in .ISO format, available for both x86 and x64 Architecture. To snag a copy of this Windows 7 SP1 RTM, all you need to do is click on the direct link below.
If you have legally purchased a computer with pre-installed Windows 7, you can buy Windows 8 Pro at a huge discount from Microsoft — the cost is reduced from $39.99 to $14.99 exclusively for Windows 7 users.