Friday, December 02, 2005
Will Windows Vista make the 'update Windows, reboot' cycle a thing of the past?
You know the current drill - you need to apply Windows updates, so you get them downloaded, then they install, then the PC has to reboot. But Microsoft's new version of Windows, Windows Vista, may just change all that thanks to a new component the engineers are building into it - Restart Manager. It'll be a nice feature if it works - I guess we'll just have to wait and see because Vista won't be coming out till sometime in the last half of 2006.
Posted by Matt at 4:00 PM