Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Feb 2012 13:50 UTC, submitted by Ducky Johnson
ReactOS Now this is what I like to see. Smaller, alternative operating systems have been dying by the dozens these past 6 years or so, so in order for the remainder to survive, they need to work together. ReactOS and Haiku have been doing that for a while now, and the latest fruits of this collaboration is a much-improved USB stack for ReactOS.
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BlueofRainbow
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2009-01-06

Could this be by design?

Only a commercial OS, or a open source OS project with highly dedicated and skilled contributors, could through the necessary resources to generate efficient code for such hard thing to do?

And I presume that USB 3.0 adds an extra level of complexity over the well established USB 2.0!?

Collaborating on these difficult components is a good thing for the open source OS projects. This leaves more resources for the stuff that really differentiate these projects - the user experience.

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