Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 20th Jan 2007 18:32 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
Windows Work by Microsoft's R&D group played a part in revamping Windows, a researcher said Friday, but not all the toil made it into Vista. Microsoft Research contributed to the SuperFetch effort, a feature within Vista that predicts which applications are used when, then pre-loads them so that they're instantly available. "As part of a long term set of projects, we want to teach the computer to learn from users to make the machine more proactive," says Eric Horvitz, a principal researcher with Microsoft's R&D as well as the president-elect of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence. "We want to use the system's idle time to make things punchier."
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so what will be in cache?
by netsql on Sun 21st Jan 2007 19:22 UTC
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MS Office and IE have more priority over Open Office and Firefox?

I see.


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