Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 2nd Jun 2011 17:19 UTC
Windows Four years ago, July 2007, Microsoft released the first few tidbits of information about Windows 7. Vista had just been shipped, and it wasn't received well - both by critics and the marketplace. During these days, I argued that for Windows 7, Microsoft ought to scrap the Vista userland, and build an entirely new interface and userland on top of Windows NT, while maintaining a 'classic' Windows version on the side for business and other reluctant folk who want to see the 'new' Windows mature a little bit first. While they didn't do this with Windows 7, they are doing exactly this with Windows 8. Ladies and gentlemen, Windows 8 is the first 'cut the legacy'-release we've all been waiting for - and Microsoft couldn't have picked a better time.
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RE: I don't think so.
by poundsmack on Thu 2nd Jun 2011 20:44 UTC in reply to "I don't think so."
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have you found anything that worked in 3.1 that even works in a 32 bit version of windows 7? 16 bit apps don't work at all on the 64 bit platform (by contrast they work just fine, in most cases, on windows 7 32 bit).

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