Installing sp1a Windows concern

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nuggyrush

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If I chose to install sp1a Windows, will I able to do a system restore and go back to the original windows if I didn't like it?
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Im pretty sure that as long as you have your system restore option on, you can do that...but you dont even need to get that complicated...

When you install the service pack, it will show up in add/remove programs, so you can remove it there. Though im certain you will want to keep sp1a on your computer...Fixes a lot of windows vulnerabilities...(still soooo many more to go unfortunately lol)
 
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in 1a did they fix the problem with XP slowwwinnng right down after install?
 
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Well i dont recall that, mainly because ive only had xp since end of january, but i have it right now and nothing has slowed down (well...more than regular windows slows it down ;))
 

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would sp1a changed dialog box language to english? right now i have thai and it won't change
 
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well thats a good question, but i dont think the service packs change your settings like that. (then again, its microsoft...so who knows?)

Even if it does change that, you can go back into control panel/regional settings & language and change it back to thai. Or if you want english, change it back to english (u.s.)
 
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