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My analyst friend Rob Enderle says Windows Vista could match Linux and Unix for reliability, provided hardware vendors install error-correcting memory in their new, Vista-ready hardware. In this column, Enderle and I talk about what Microsoft has done to make Windows more reliable and how most crashes aren't even Microsoft's fault. Nevertheless, Redmond is working to stop all crashes and fixing memory problems is the new frontier.

Microsoft Approaches Secure, Reliable Vista

Posted on Friday, February 17, 2006 10:41 AM Software | Back to top


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