Summary: Except UEFI restrictions (an antifeature) and lame UI, Vista 8 will boast new failure screens; the “wow” starts now
The controversial incarnation of Windows, Vista 8, is getting really good. Yes, note the sarcasm, the BSODs are nicer, according to this:
With Windows 8 Microsoft has re-engineered BSOD for the era of Twitter and texting – unhappy smilies and chirpy one-liners.
Too bad that in live demos it just freezes, Microsoft executives need to hot-swap tablets on stage. Vista 8 is going to help Linux (e.g. in Android form) grow. It lost any edge it may have had. █
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