Microsoft is getting ready to launch Vista service pack 2 in the coming months, before that it is releasing a beta version to a small group of testers.
A small group of Microsoft’s technology adoption program customers will get Vista SP2, Mike Nash posted on the windows vista blog. There is a speculation few days before that Microsoft will release Vista SP2before the launch of Microsoft Windows 7.
In addition to the previously released updates since the launch of Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista SP2 contains other changes like support for new hardware, and several emerging standards according to Vista blog. These include Vista SP2 and Windows Search 4.0 for faster and improved relevancy. Vista SP2 also carries Bluetooth 2.1 feature pack supporting the most recent specification of Blutooth technology. Native support for Blue-Ray recording in Window Vista. Adds a windows connect now (WCN) to simplify Wi-Fi configuration. Windows Vista SP2 enables the exFAT file system to support UTC timestamps, which allows correct file synchronization across time zones.
The public release time for Windows Vista SP2 is not known yet, it may take weeks or months before we see SP2 available to download.