Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Jan 2009 12:58 UTC
Windows Even though the EULA accompanying the beta build of Windows 7 prohibits the publication of benchmark results (good luck enforcing that one, Redmond), everybody and their dog will still compare the Windows 7 beta to Vista and Windows XP. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is one of those benchmarking the beta, and according to his results, the Windows 7 beta beats both Vista and XP in just about every scenario.
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RE: Not that I'm bothered
by shadow_x99 on Sat 3rd Jan 2009 21:20 UTC in reply to "Not that I'm bothered"
shadow_x99
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You are right because most innovation is done under the hood (APIs, Performance Tweaks, etc...)

You are wrong because those new APIs will allow application developpers (including Apple) to channel those new APIs into NICE applications.

As an Application Developper myself, I will probably buy it

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