updated 01:55 pm EDT, Wed March 28, 2007
Vista ups iPod support
Microsoft has released a patch for its Windows Vista operating system that improves compatibility with Apple's iPod portable media player. The patch is designed to fix an issue that left iPods vulnerable to corruption when Vista users selected the operating system's Safely Remove Hardware option to eject the device, according to News.com. Apple repaired several incompatibilities with Windows Vista in the latest revision of its iTunes software, but suggested that users gravitate toward the 'eject' functionality with in its own iTunes application to safely remove an iPod under Windows Vista.