Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 19th Jun 2006 17:59 UTC, submitted by Esther Schindler
Windows Vista is supposed to be faster, more reliable, and more secure. The result is that you can't assume your older Windows apps - particularly the ones you wrote - will work. DevSource.com's John Mueller points out where the bodies are buried in Vista's graphics, security, hardware, and third party applications, and where to start digging.
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by Mr. Tan on Tue 20th Jun 2006 00:26 UTC
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apps that are written in a interpreted language(.net/java), well most of them. I remembered an article in java.net where in they run netbeans in vista without recompilation, aside from a few graphical glitches, everything seems to work, even the look and feel.

Edited 2006-06-20 00:27

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