Windows 7 First Patch by Microsoft : MP3 Prob. Solved

by Tech Toggle on January 18, 2009

Microsoft released the patch for the first public beta version of its operating system Windows 7 after users reported problems about the usage of MP3 files.

Windows 7 Patch


The update fixes a flaw that shaves several seconds of audio from any MP3 file that’s edited, including files modified automatically as users connect to the Internet.


Microsoft also recommended that users back up all MP3 files before doing an upgrade to Windows 7 from Windows Vista, and that they set all of them to “read-only” status by right-clicking each file in Windows Explorer and then clicking the General tab and selecting the “Read-only” box.

Download Patch KB961367

Windows 7 beta, which was released Saturday, will be available for download through at least 24 January.

Windows 7

Download Windows 7 (Beta Here)

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