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Microsoft readies new storage pack.

Alex Christie

18 August 2008

The latest news to come from the world of Windows is that Microsoft is busy readying a new storage-focused feature pack for Windows. If you’re running XP and suddenly get the feeling that you might be left out, don’t, as Microsoft says the new package will be made available on XP, Vista, Server 2003 and Sever 2008.

The new storage package will include driver functionality for Blu-Ray media and smart-card readers.

Microsoft says that by releasing service packs, like this one, they can ensure that their users gets the latest updates and functionality on new technologies and hardware.

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