Forgive this experiment. I need to know how much the headline matters. If you've already read my Midori article from yesterday (July 30), don't bother to [URL=http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2885.html]CLICK HERE[/URL]. If you haven't read it (and want to), please do [URL=http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2885.html]CLICK HERE[/URL]. Thanks.
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Details of a future Microsoft operating system were revealed yesterday by David Worthington, a guy who works down the hall from me. He has apparently gotten his eyes on Microsoft documents that contained extensive details of a ground-up OS rewrite code-named Midori. Based on those documents, [URL=http://tinyurl.com/5ryum5]he reports[/URL] for SD Times that Midori "will have a programming model, a platform stack and execution techniques that are intended to help developers write applications that can safely and efficiently use a greater number of hardware threads than is currently feasible," Worthington wrote. Midori's lowest level consists of a hardware-native kernel. A second, …
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