September 24, 2005
Windows Vista clean and modular?

WSJ is running a story on a complete redesign of Windows, supposedly in Vista

While Windows itself couldn't be a single module -- it had too many functions for that -- it could be designed so that Microsoft could easily plug in or pull out new features without disrupting the whole system. That was a cornerstone of a plan Messrs. Srivastava and Valentine proposed to their boss, Mr. Allchin.

Let's either
a): Assume it should have been so that anyone could easily plug in or pull out new features
b): Start hiring lawyers.

Posted by Claus at September 24, 2005 08:18 PM | TrackBack (0)
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