Pigs do fly
Microsoft is touting today’s release of 20,000 lines of code — which it
is putting under the GNU General Public License v2 (not GPL v3)
licensing agreement — as part of Redmond’s commitment to improving the
integration of Windows and Linux.
“The Linux device drivers we are releasing are designed so Linux can run
in enlightened mode, giving it the same optimized synthetic devices as a
Windows virtual machine running on top of Hyper-V. Without this driver
code, Linux can run on top of Windows, but without the same high
performance levels. We worked very closely with the Hyper-V team at
Microsoft to make that happen.”
- Re: Well, Windows is back on the disk.
... So your saying that Microsoft makes billions monthly because people DESIRE ... I am too fracking lazy to teach myself the intricacies of Linux. ... All of the WINDOWS operating systems and office products are upgradeable to the latest security fixes and bug fixes. ... OS problems overwrites all personal files on the disk. ...
- Re: Good reading
... > As a Linux desktop user himself, ... > infected Windows PC after it had become compromised. ... > so fed up with spyware, trojans, viruses, and spam, that he ... Everyone, even Microsoft, knows ...
- Re: Good reading
... The last time a spyware scanner found so much as a questionable cookie on my machine was last year after installing a children's game for my daughter. ... > As a Linux desktop user himself, ... it's time to switch from Windows to Linux. ... Everyone, even Microsoft, knows ...
- Re: [OT]: OS as religions (was: Raw Convertors)
... you're getting paid by that monopoly Microsoft. ... inthe shop for PC, XBox, PS3 etc but Linux? ... you can dualboot to windows or just buy a computer ... exactly what they want it to do, it is the same as their friends ...
- Re: An Open Letter To The Linux Enthusiasts.
... > I've been following these Linux threads with some interest because I ... > Microsoft a way distant 3rd. ... Ground Rules for the Windows-Macintosh War by David Pogue of the New ... Windows because it's bloated and cryptic, for example, or the iPod ...