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What is one Windows? "What it really means common user interface, common programming interface, common security architecture and user interface adaptability and common developer model and key services," said Ballmer.
Want to know what Microsoft thinks enterprises want? Look at the APIs in each generation of Windows to read the architectural tea leaves
Microsoft has taken the wraps off its cloud-compilation architecture for Windows Phone. Here's how it works.
The transition from traditional Windows desktops to the Post-PC world, the ARM architecture and the Metro user interface is inevitable. But it won't a be quick one.
Windows on ARM is more restricted than Windows on Intel. That's a good thing, even if it may be a little painful for power users and those whose IT departments are ten years behind the times.
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Preparing Windows operating system to run on ARM's chip architecture "necessary" to help Microsoft, which hasn't been major mobile player, compete better with Google and Apple, market analysts note.
From July, engineering firm GHD will be switching its 6000-plus strong workforce over to 64-bit Windows 7 from 32-bit XP to enable them to get the most out of their computers when using Building Information Modelling (BIM) tools.
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Microsoft's move to support ARM-based system-on-a-chip architectures was predicted by One Laptop per Child head Nicholas Negroponte almost two years ago.Negroponte told ZDNet UK in 2009 that he expected Microsoft to develop a version of Windows for ARM architecture.
The New Year brought out a few analysts predicting that the inability of Microsoft and Intel to adapt to the mobile computing market will mean the end of Wintel. The end of the Windows/Intel juggernaut will mean the rise of Google and the ARM architecture.
The partners have signed a new licensing deal covering ARM's chip architecture used in portable devices and handsets, such as smartphones running Windows Phone 7
ARM has announced that Microsoft has “signed a new licensing agreement for the ARM architecture” which is widely used in mobile phones and other portable devices. These include Microsoft’s Zune media player and smartphones running Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7.
Microsoft and ARM announced on July 23 that the two have signed a new licensing agreement for the ARM architecture, extending the relationship between the two companies. The pair aren't sharing any details, but I can't but wonder if this could signal Microsoftand its PC partners delivering Windows and/or Windows Phone OS available on ARM-based slates and tablets.
So, it seems that Microsoft has its eye on 128-bit support for Windows 8, or possibly Windows 9, and this news has sent tech pundits into a spin. While it might not be too early for Microsoft to start thinking about 128-bit support, until we finally make 32-bit history, introducing new architecture into the mix isn't helpful.
Nicholas Negroponte says he is convinced Microsoft will, within 18 months, make a version of Windows that can run on ARM-based architecture.
Nicholas Negroponte has told ZDNet UK that he is 'convinced' Microsoft will, within 18 months, make a version of Windows that can run on ARM-based architecture
Lenovo has continued the ThinkPad tradition of no-nonsense business laptops with the SL500, which provides good value and is powered by the Intel Centrino 2 architecture, and comes loaded with Windows Vista Business.
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IBM has taken Microsoft to task over its service-oriented architecture (SOA) approach, claiming the software maker relied too much on Windows-oriented, proprietary standards.
Big Blue claims Microsoft leans too hard on Windows-oriented, proprietary standards for its service-oriented architecture.
Service oriented architectures (SOAs) can ease application development but they impose a significant administrative burden. David Braue finds out how Scandinavian Airlines dealt with the challenge of SOA proliferation with flying colours.
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