Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Sep 2005 19:50 UTC
Windows Graphics drivers developed for Vista, Microsoft's next generation operating system, will be far more stable than their Windows XP-based counterparts, and not crash the operating system anymore, an executive of graphics chip developer ATI said.
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Explorer crashing aswell
by jaboua on Fri 23rd Sep 2005 23:12 UTC
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One more point I forgot to add, was that lots of the crashes in windows from my experience, comes from explorer.exe. And moving graphics drivers out of kernelspace wont help here, if explorer.exe goes down, system goes down... I'm glad I don't have any explorer.exe on my system, that would be about as unsafe as building a webbrowser with an ability to run viruses into the linux kernel if you really think abut i...

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RE: Explorer crashing aswell
by sappyvcv on Fri 23rd Sep 2005 23:22 in reply to "Explorer crashing aswell"
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Explorer.exe takes the system down? huh?

It's just a normal process like any other.

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RE: Explorer crashing aswell
by CPUGuy on Sat 24th Sep 2005 16:21 in reply to "Explorer crashing aswell"
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And when exactly was the last time you used Explorer?

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