Two collections of Windows Vista hotfixes leaked to the Internet have fueled speculation that they make up the foundation for the yet-to-be released Service Pack 1, according to PC World.
The fixes released to Windows Server 2008 beta testers were designed to correct many of the most-reported performance issues in Vista, PC Pro reports.
TechSpot says they include better performance when copying large files, quicker wake-up from Hibernate mode, and better reliability with the graphics card and video driver and running repairs to Memory Manager. It reports testers have experienced a significant performance boost after installing the fixes.
Earlier this month, Microsoft downplayed talk that SP1 would be out in weeks, putting the timetable at later this year, according to Computerworld.