Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by spiralien, Sep 25, 2011.
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appreciate the post, whenever you have the time to up the 32bit as well.
32 bit added
Thank you so much....
no mediafire link ??
The guy's taken the hassle to upload to 5 (!) mirrors. Surely at least one of those is bound to be fast for you as well!? Have you tried them all Personally I think just MU would suffice
Thanks for the links.
Could you please add brazilian portuguese x86 links ?
French Version added
Tomorrow, i think.
I understand. It is weird for M$ to release the refreshed M$ Office 2010 SP1 that is not really integrated.
We could have extracted the SP1 installer into the Updates folder of M$ Office 2010 RTM, and the end result would be same as the supposedly integrated M$ Office 2010 SP1 iso. If that is the case, why should we waste our time downloading these isos? A truly integrated iso would have updated Setup.exe and no files inside the Updates folder.
Nevertheless, spiralien, thank you for your amazing effort in uploading these isos. It would have been sweet if these isos are really integrated.
thanks for the links.would you upload turkish and finnish versions also.Thanks before hand.Great job
Yeah just putting the SP1 files in the 'updates' folder and calling it a SP1 release is a bit of a d*ck move. The not only means the installation and download size is bigger then it needs to be (since the files are doubled up, in the original installer and the sp1 files) but it also means you can't put post sp1 update files in the 'updates' folder and know whether they are trying to be installed before (bad) sp1 or after (good). The whole point of the 'updates' folder is for user practicality, not for Microsoft practicality!
Just putting the update files in the 'updates' folder is NOT integration, they don't get installed until the end of the installation process anyway - so it also slows down the installation as well as taking up that space. Putting the sp1 files in the 'updates' folder is the same as putting all the Windows updates files in the Windows installation disk, and setting up a script to install them after Windows is installed. That is not integrating! If you (Microsoft) were to make an omelette (Office) for someone, and they asked for the use of red capsicum (SP1) instead of green capsicum (RTM), you can't hand them a cooked completed cooked omelette that has the green capsicum as it would have anyway, and put the red capsicum on the side, the red capsicum is not 'integrated' into the omelette replacing the green omelette, and of course what you are left with is capsicum they don't want (the green capsicum representing the pre-SP1 files) which they have to spend time picking out and replacing with the red capsicum (SP1 files). Then of course, you end up with a messy omelette (fragmentation caused by unnecessary file operations). True integration is starting with the red capsicum in the first place!
Is there a retail version with sp1?
Brazilian version added
First, I thank you for your efforts.
I would appreciate very much if you could post the Spanish version.
Thank you very much spiralien for the Brazilian version! I was looking forward to it!
One question: Is this really the VL edition with no need of a serial key? (just need to activate later)
Nice post, but made me all confused!
These isos aren't the "real" ones from msdn? spiralien just integrated the sp1 (downloaded separately) into the office 2010 iso?
Or has microsoft done a bad work releasing this version, which as you say, isn't properly made?
Please, if you could answer me, do so as I was about to download my copy (brazilian portuguese)
Yes, exactly. No key needed to install it.
These isos was posted by prathaprabhu (thanks to him) on filesonic.
These ISOs are Originals untouched.
To download his links, a filesonic premium account is necessary.
- i download prathaprabhu links
- i split file
- i upload parts on other server.
It's only that i do.
Clearly, it's not a good work made by microsoft