Windows 7 to undergo liposuction?
Subject: General Tech | October 19, 2007 - 11:57 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Microsoft has been very quiet about Windows 7, but thanks to a speech to university students we know a little more about it's kernel. Head over to The Inquirer for a link to video of the presentation and a unique windows logo.
"The people at Vole have been a mite concerned that the Windows kernels are getting a little bloated and have told
Traut to come up with something a little more efficient.
A video of Traut talking about his low footprint Windows kernel has found its way onto the world wide wibble here.
He has called it MinWin, which sounds a bit like a character from the Goon Show. Although the information is
interesting enough we really liked the ASCII Windows logo as the beast fires up."
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