Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 5th Dec 2005 21:01 UTC
Windows Now that Visual Studio 2005 is out the door and the .NET Framework 2.0 has been released, Microsoft has issued an updated build of WinFS Beta 1 to MSDN subscribers. WinFS is Microsoft's new SQL-based file system technology that is slated for release as an add-on shortly after Windows Vista.
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RE[2]: Newer NTFS in Vista?
by Deviate_X on Wed 7th Dec 2005 09:55 UTC in reply to "RE: Newer NTFS in Vista?"
Deviate_X
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broken_symlink : i have always wondered about this, but isn't the windows registry also old? Couldn't they come up with a replacement for it?

Curious: what do you think could replace it? and what exactly is the problem with the registry?

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RE[3]: Newer NTFS in Vista?
by on Wed 7th Dec 2005 21:22 in reply to "RE[2]: Newer NTFS in Vista?"
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> Curious: what do you think could replace it? and what
> exactly is the problem with the registry?

Well, just about anything would be an improvement.
How about .ini files!

The registry is huge (and always growing). If one byte becomes corrupt you cann't run Windows.

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