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Stripped-down ‘MinWin’ kernel to be at the core of Windows 7 and more

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    Stripped-down ‘MinWin’ kernel to be at the core of Windows 7 and more



    Microsoft has created a stripped-down version of the Windows core, called MinWin, that will be at the heart of future Windows products, starting with Windows 7, the Windows client release due in 2010.
    While the Windows team has been working for years on reducing the dependencies in Windows which have made the operating system increasingly bloated and difficult to maintain and upgrade, it’s only been recently that the team has been able to create a separate, usable new core.

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