>>52364503 Probably yes. They have invested a lot of times and resources in that kernel that I don't think they would make the change at this point. They had the Midori as an experimental kernel, though, but they didn't do shit with it.
The plan in the long term is to move to RT. I know that sounds dumb right now but I'm the long run their betting or already know that ARM is where everything is going so their taking advantage of that. Look at some of their decisions and their business timelines. They stay with NT because they've poured all their resources into it. And corporations aren't gonna want to hear how they are going to have endless headaches switching over. When the time is right, they'll be there
Good luck thanks to linux we have.no shills other then corporate redhat or cannonical. Linux users dont need ads for oversilhilled motherboards or overpowered gpu cpu, cos of optymalization. Gaymeras fuck off
>>52366047 It was a very sad day when MS decided to port a ton of services in to the kernel, but NT was fucking slow back in the 90s.
"Notably, in Windows NT 3.x, several I/O driver subsystems, such as video and printing, were user-mode subsystems. In Windows NT 4, the video, server, and printer spooler subsystems were moved into kernel mode."
>>52366047 I wouldn't be so sure, search about the meaning of a Library OS and the project Drawbridge from Microsoft and you will see they want to try other alternatives aside from using the NT Kernel forever.
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