If this is true, Windows 7 users won’t get a second service pack, so they would soon be forced to make the move to Windows 8 in order to receive these periodical Windows upgrades.
And still, Microsoft has released what seems to be the only Windows 7 Service Pack 2 replacement, the so-called Slow Boot Slow Login (SBSL) Hotfix Rollup for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2, a pack that comprises 90 hotfixes released after the official debut of Service Pack 1.
In our scenario, we have a Windows 7 installed on a stationary machine and two or more printers connected to it so everyone can use this PC as a Windows 7 print server. Normally, in a small environment like a home network, all the machines will be members of the same workgroup, usually named . The first thing you need to do on the Windows 7 machine is to "Turn on file and Printer Sharing".