Microsoft Corp. will release Windows Vista Service Pack (SP1) on Monday, Feb. 4, according to reports Friday from Tech ARP, a Malaysian Web site. Other sources, meanwhile, claimed that Windows Server 2008 will also reach RTM (release to manufacturing) in the coming week. Vista SP1 will make RTM on Monday, said Tech ARP, with computer makers receiving media later in the week to install the updated operating system on new laptops and desktops. Bits will also be posted for download on Monday, the site claimed. Microsoft will be deploying SP1 in two waves, said Tech ARP. The first, on Monday, will include just five of the 36 available language packs English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish. The second wave, slated for one to two weeks later, will include all 36 language packs.