The End for NT 4.0? reports on cancellation of Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 7's Stephen Swoyer reports that Microsoft has confirmed earlier this week its plans to abandoned the release of NT 4.0 Service Pack 7. The service pack was expected later this summer. In the report, Microsoft points to regularly updated hotfixes to SP6 that have been available on its site for many months.

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