I saw over Matevz’s blog that [MS] released a couple of Vista pre-SP1 reliability updates. Of course I’ve installed them both without hesitation (you should install them only if they fix a problem you have, see KB for performance update and reliability update). Soon, I found out a funny new bug. If you read what’s been improved or fixed, you would see in KB article for performance update this line:
“When you copy or move a large file, the “estimated time remaining” takes a long time to be calculated and displayed.”
This was one of my problems before updates. Now, it really calculates the remaining time almost immediately. However, after a large copy to the network disk this is what happens:
Note that 2,13GB of data is remaining and it calculates that it’ll take just about 0 Seconds. Now, that’s a performance update – according to calculation my disk is now light speed fast!