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Direct Offline Installer Download Links For Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1 RTM

Much awaited and anticipated RTM version of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is now available for download, the update is now being pushed to users via Windows Update and is also available as standalone offline installer for mass deployment - direct download links are posted at the end of this post.

Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is an update that does the following:

  • Helps keep PCs supported.
  • Provides ongoing improvement to the operating system, by including previous updates delivered over Windows Update as well as continuing incremental updates to the Windows 7 platform based on customer and partner feedback.
  • Makes it easy for organizations to deploy a single set of updates.
Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Windows 7 SP1 Changes :

  • Additional support for communication with third-party federation services : Additional support has been added to allow Windows 7 clients to effectively communicate with third-party identity federation services (those supporting the WS-Federation passive profile protocol). This change enhances platform interoperability, and improves the ability to communicate identity and authentication information between organizations.
  • Improved HDMI audio device performance : A small percentage of users have reported issues in which the connection between computers running Windows 7 and HDMI audio devices can be lost after system reboots. Updates have been incorporated into SP1 to ensure that connections between Windows 7 computers and HDMI audio devices are consistently maintained.
  • Corrected behavior when printing mixed-orientation XPS documents : Prior to the release of SP1, some customers have reported difficulty when printing mixed-orientation XPS documents (documents containing pages in both portrait and landscape orientation) using the XPS Viewer, resulting in all pages being printed entirely in either portrait or landscape mode. This issue has been addressed in SP1, allowing users to correctly print mixed-orientation documents using the XPS Viewer.
  • Change to behavior of “Restore previous folders at logon” functionality : SP1 changes the behavior of the “Restore previous folders at logon” function available in the Folder Options Explorer dialog. Prior to SP1, previous folders would be restored in a cascaded position based on the location of the most recently active folder. That behavior changes in SP1 so that all folders are restored to their previous positions.
  • Enhanced support for additional identities in RRAS and IPsec : Support for additional identification types has been added to the Identification field in the IKEv2 authentication protocol. This allows for a variety of additional forms of identification (such as E-mail ID or Certificate Subject) to be used when performing authentication using the IKEv2 protocol.
  • Support for Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) : There has always been a growing need for ever more computing power and as usage models change, processors instruction set architectures evolve to support these growing demands. Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) is a 256 bit instruction set extension for processors. AVX is designed to allow for improved performance for applications that are floating point intensive. Support for AVX is a part of SP1 to allow applications to fully utilize the new instruction set and register extensions.
  • Improved Support for Advanced Format (512e) Storage Devices : SP1 introduces a number of key enhancements to improve support of recently introduced storage devices with a 4KB physical sector size (commonly referred to as "Advanced Format"). These enhancements include functionality fixes, improved performance, and updated storage drivers which provide applications the ability to retrieve information as to the physical sector size of storage device. More information on these enhancements is detailed in Microsoft KB 982018.

NOTE There are no build-to-build upgrades for the SP1 beta, Release Candidate (RC) or Release to Manufacturing (RTM). If you have installed the beta or RC of SP1, you must uninstall it first through the Control Panel and then install the RTM.


Be aware if you used Remove W.A.T, after update you'll get the "pirate" message but there's no sign of it in the system tab.

i used wat remover 2.2 and my windows is leagel!
pefore installing wind 7 sp1 restor wat and after installing and restatr remove wat!!!
want link live you email here!!!

hi there this is shoaib please also email me the link for wat so that i can remove theWat thing from my window

shoaib haider

be aware if you do use W.A.T. 2.2.7 and you get the pirate message please undo W.A.T removal and then use Windows 7 Loader v1.8- by DAZ. the latest works for both x32 and x64

mine said "Windows is activated" and genuine.

could i have a link PLEASE

I already have installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
Can someone plz tell how to install the Update.

windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe i could not quickly and correctly download using IE9 and the MS website. the direct link downloads in less than 4 minutes compared to 10 minutes through Akamai.

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