Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 30th May 2007 09:55 UTC
Windows Microsoft executive Ty Carlson spoke about the future of Windows recently during a panel discussion at the Future in Review 2007 conference held in San Diego, California. Carlson said that future versions of Windows would have to be 'fundamentally different' in order to take full advantage of future CPUs that will contain many processing cores. "You're going to see in excess of eight, 16, 64 and beyond processors on your client computer," said Carlson, whose job title is director of technical strategy at Microsoft. Windows Vista, he said, was "designed to run on one, two, maybe four processors."
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by Auxx on Wed 30th May 2007 15:46 UTC
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And Be Inc. implemented multiprocessor support more then 10 years ago... I think that modern OSes like Windows, Linux and MacOS X can not be really called modern.

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